EUS majors have a variety of interests related to improving the human and non-human world around us.
The EUS program allows students a good deal of flexibility in determining their unique paths while also ensuring their preparation for moderation, senior project, and graduation. There are required courses along the way as well as self-selected courses...
By the time of moderation, EUS students should have taken:
- The two introductory courses (EUS 101 and EUS 102) and
- a 200-level EUS course (in Econ, History, or a Science).
By the time of graduation, EUS students should have completed:
- 2 more 200-level EUS courses (in Econ, History, or a Science--for a total of one of each),
- 3 Focus Area courses (two at the 300-level),
- the EUS practicum (with a new real-world focus every year--previous courses here),
- the EUS colloquium (a speaker series with a new topic each year), and
- an EUS Internship (more info on the EUS Internship here).