After completing most of your coursework, you will participate in an internship, which ideally will synthesize at least two different areas of study. Possible internships include on-campus environmental/sustainability efforts and local environmental organizations such as Southface (an Atlanta organization promoting sustainable homes, workplaces and communities), the National Wildlife Federation or the Georgia Conservancy. ESS minors can also consider a summer internship elsewhere in the U.S. or abroad. If you are planning a minor in this program, consult early in your college career with one of the advisers to plan your course of study. 

Environmental & Sustainability Studies Course Catalog PDF

Please consult the main catalog page for a supplement with course changes approved by the faculty after the publication of the 2014-15 Catalog.