This concentration enables students to explore the environmental opportunities, challenges, and threats arising from the growing demands on resources, the challenges posed to public health from globalization, and the increasing global interconnectivity of peoples, Students are encouraged to consider ways in which these interconnections can best be utilized to promote growth, protect the environment, and create better policies and mechanisms for improving public health.

Core Courses
GS 200GLOBAL SYSTEMS AND CULTURES3
GS 400RESEARCH PROJECT & PORTFOLIO3
Foreign Languages (all WLC courses must be from the same language)
WLC 201FINTERM FOREIGN LANG:FRENCH3
or WLC 201G INTERM FOREIGN LANG:GERMAN
or WLC 201R INTERM FOREIGN LANG:RUSSIAN
or WLC 201S INTERM FOREIGN LANG:SPANISH
WLC 202FINTERM FOREIGN LANG II:FRENCH3
or WLC 202G INTERM FOREIGN LANG II:GERMAN
or WLC 202R INTERM FOREIGN LANG II:RUSSIAN
or WLC 202S INTERM FOREIGN LANG II:SPANISH
Students may replace WLC 201 and WLC 202 with WLC 301-level and above foreign language courses and are encouraged to do so.
Global Environment, Technology, and Health
Select one, but no more than two courses from the following:3
CLIMATE AND GLOBAL CHANGE
COLLAPSE OF CIVILIZATIONS
ENV THRTS, PUB POLY, & DEC MKG
Select remaining courses from:9
TECHNOLOGY IN AMERICAN HISTORY
AMERICAN ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY
GLOBAL HEALTH: INTERN'L STUDY
TECH, SCIENCE & HUMAN VALUES
REGIONAL STUDIES
SOCIOLOGICAL PERSP TECH & SCI
ENVIRONMENTAL SOCIOLOGY
SOCIOLOGY OF GLOBALIZATION
SOCIOLOGY SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Total Semester Hours24