Environmental Justice Certificate

The Certificate in Environmental Justice offers students an integrated social science and humanities approach for understanding, analyzing and problem-solving around domestic and international environmental inequalities and injustices.

Post-secondary Certificate -Environmental Justice

College of Humanities & Sciences

Degree Specific Credits: 15

Required Cumulative GPA: 2.0

Catalog Year: 2022-23

Summary

Required Courses

6

Electives

9

Total Hours

15


Required Courses

Code

Title

Hours

Complete all of the following courses:

ENST 410

TEK of Indigenous Peoples

3

ENST 489S

Environmental Justice Issues & Solutions

3

Total Hours

6

Minimum Required Grade: C-


Electives

Code

Title

Hours

Complete 9 credits of the following courses:

9

ANTY 323X

Native Peoples of Montana

ANTY 326E

Indigenous Peoples & the Ethics of Development

BGEN 445

 Sustainability Reporting

CHTH 355

Theory and Practice of Community Health Education

ENST 320E

 Earth Ethics

ENST 398

 Internship

ENST 427

 Social Issues of the Mekong Delta

ENST 487

 Globalization, Justice, and the Environment

GPHY 284

 Intro to GIS and Cartography 

GPHY 433

 Community Resilience

GPHY 468

 Community & Regional Analysis 

HSTA 344

 African-American Struggle for Equality

NASX 304E

 Native American Beliefs/Philosophy

NASX 475

 Tribal Sovereignty

NRSM 349E

 Climate Change Ethics/Policy 

PHAR 320

 American Indian Health Issues 

PHL 422

 Environmental Philosophy 

PSCI 431

 Politics of Global Migration

PSCI 463

 Development Administration 

PUBH 325

 Environmental and Occupational Health

SOCI 220S

 Race, Gender & Class

SOCI 318

 Sociological Research Methods

SOCI 325

 Social Stratification

WGSS 363

 Feminist Theory and Methods

Minimum Required Grade: C-