Sustainability Co-major

The Sustainability Co-major emphasizes human-nature interaction in understanding environmental patterns and processes. Students are prepared to pursue a wide variety of career paths and post-graduate degrees in sustainability, especially those with design, management, and policy specializations.

The Sustainability Co-major complements the primary major, which provides significant depth and breadth in an academic discipline.

Program Requirements

The Sustainability Co-major requires 37-42 semester hours. Depending on your major, some of these credits may also count toward your primary major.

Chief Departmental Advisor

Dr. Sarah Lynn Dumyahn
Assistant Teaching Professor, The Institute for the Environment and Sustainability
221 Shideler Hall
(513) 529-0533

Combined MEn Program

The combined Master of Environmental Science program allows students to complete an M.En. degree with 1 year of additional study beyond the bachelor's degree, and is available to qualified, tuition-paying students with an undergraduate Co-major in Energy, Environmental Science, or Sustainability at Miami University.