Environmental Studies
Location: Department of Political Science
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Henry Hicks Administration Building, Room 301
P.O. Box 15000
Halifax, NS
B3H 4R2
Telephone: (902) 494-6638
Email: fass@dal.ca

BA with Minor in Environmental Studies

See Minor in Environmental Studies section in this Calendar.

BA Approved Electives in Environmental Studies:

Additions to the following lists will be made, as relevant courses become available.

Faculty of Science:

  • BIOL 2060.03: Introductory Ecology
  • BIOL 2601.03: The Flora of Nova Scotia
  • BIOL 2605.03: Introduction to Marine Life in Nova Scotia
  • BIOL 3060.03: Environmental Ecology
  • BIOL 3061.03: Communities and Ecosystems
  • BIOL 3225.03: Plants in the human landscape
  • BIOL 3226.03: Economic Botany, Plants and Civilization
  • BIOL 3601.03: Nature Conservation
  • BIOL 3615.03: Methods in Ecology
  • BIOL 4065.03: Sustainability and Global Change
  • CHEM 2505.03: Environmental Chemistry
  • ECON 2336.03: Regional Development
  • ECON 3332.03: Resource Economics
  • ECON 3335.03: Environmental Economics
  • ERTH 2410.03: Environmental and Resource Geology I
  • ERTH 3500.03: Geoscience Information Management
  • GEOG 2800.03: Climate Change
  • OCEA 2000.06: The Blue Planet
  • OCEA 2800.03: Climate Change
  • PHYC 2451.03: Astronomy I: The Sky and Planets
  • PHYC 2800.03: Climate Change
  • ENVS 2001.03: Analytical Environmental Science and Social Responsibility
  • ENVS 3000.03: Environmental Science Internship
  • ENVS 3210.03: Environmental Law II: Natural Justice and Unnatural Acts
  • ENVS 3220.03: International Environmental Law for Scientists
  • ENVS 3226.03: Economic Botany, Plants and Civilization
  • ENVS 3300.03: Contaminated Site Management
  • ENVS 3400.03: Human Health and Sustainability
  • ENVS 3501.03: Environmental Problem Solving I
  • ENVS 3502.03: Environmental Problem Solving II: The Campus as a Living Laboratory

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS):

  • CTMP 3000.06: Science and Culture
  • CTMP 3150.03: Nature and History
  • CTMP 3210.03: Intersecting Bodies, Selves and Environments
  • CTMP 3411.03: Studies in Contemporary Science and Technology
  • EMSP 2310.03: Women and Gender in Early Modern Science
  • EMSP 2330.03: Nature Imagined
  • EMSP 3000.06: The Study of Nature in Early Modern Europe
  • ENGL 4005.03: Green Reading: Nature, Culture, Canada
  • ENGL 4400.03: Nature of America
  • HSTC 3000.03: The Scientific Revolution
  • HSTC 4000.06: Science and Nature in the Modern Period
  • HSTC 4300.03: Nature and Romanticism
  • HIST 3073.03: History of Marine Sciences
  • HIST 3210/CANA 3020/GEOG 3210.03: Canadian Cultural Landscapes
  • HIST 3302.03: Technology and History in North America
  • HIST 3370.03: North American Landscapes
  • HIST 3750.03: History of Seafaring
  • HIST 4271.03: The Fisheries of Atlantic Canada - Society and Ecology in Historical Perspective
  • HIST 4350.03: People and Things - Material Culture
  • INTD 2001.03: Introduction to Development I
  • INTD 2002.03: Introduction to Development II
  • INTD 3002.03: Seminar in Development: Development Practice
  • INTD 3114.03: Environment and Development
  • INTD 3304.03: Sustainable Development in Cuba
  • INTD 4013.03: Environmental Conflict & Security
  • PHIL 2475.03: Justice in Global Perspective
  • PHIL 2485.03: Technology and the Environment
  • PHIL 3670.03: Philosophy of Science
  • PHIL 4120.03: Theory of Rational Decision-Making
  • POLI 3385.03: Politics of the Environment
  • POLI 4228.03: Interest Groups
  • POLI 4380.03: Politics of Climate Change
  • SOSA 2100.06: Environment and Culture
  • SOSA 3185.03: Issues in the Study of Indigenous Peoples of North America
  • SOSA 3190.03: Social Movements
  • SOSA 3220.03: Coastal Communities
  • SPAN 2070.03: Area Studies on Mexico and Central America
Other Electives

In any given year, special and variable topics courses may be approved for credit towards the minor requirements when the content warrants. See the program director for information.