EUS 101, Introduction to Environmental and Urban Studies (4 credits): The core interdisciplinary course in the social sciences.
EUS 102, Introduction to Environmental and Urban Science (4 credits). The core interdisciplinary course in the physical sciences.
One EUS course at the 200 level in each of the following areas of study (12 credits).
Note: prerequisites normally apply for a, b, and c:
a. Social and/or Historical Analysis besides ECON (Anthropology, Historical Studies, Political Studies, Sociology)
b. Economics (prerequisite: ECON 100 or the equivalent AP or transfer credits)
c. Laboratory Science (EUS science courses, or Biology, Physics, or Chemistry courses)
[Must all be taken for a letter grade]
EUS 305, EUS Practicum (4 credits): Practicum courses, taken after moderation, include field work. Some Study Abroad programs may satisfy the Practicum requirement.
EUS Colloquium (2 credits): This speaker series may be repeated. A maximum of 4 credits will be awarded.
EUS Internship or Service Project (0 credits). More information at our EUS Internships Page.
14 credits (not including core requirements in items 1–5 above) in a well-defined Focus Area, to be identified at the time of moderation. The student should learn the methodological approaches, research methods, and writing/publication conventions as well as the fundamental concepts of the Focus Area, which is identified in consultation with the advisor and approved by the moderation board.
a. At least two Focus Area courses must be at the 300-level, normally within a single discipline.
b. One Focus Area course should cover methodologies relevant to that Focus Area: empirical analysis, research methods, mathematics, or computer science, as deemed appropriate. (Typical choices include GIS, statistics, biostatistics, econometrics, and ethnography.)
EUS Senior Project (8 credits).
Note: All courses taken to fulfill EUS requirements must be taken for a letter grade (i.e. not for Pass/Fail).