If you want to augment your science-related major with an environmental-focused minor, then Ball State’s minor in environmental management is an excellent choice. Our program is designed to enhance your career opportunities in a variety of settings, including regulatory agencies, health departments, and environmental consulting.
This minor works well with majors in:
What You Will Learn
As a student, you’ll develop skills in environmental analysis and scientific investigation that will complement your major.
If you want to learn more about this minor, email us.
This 22-credit minor includes 15 credits of electives with seven credits of required courses.
Total Credits: 22
A few of the classes you will take may include:
- CHEM 111 General Chemistry 1
- NREM 101 Environment and Society
- EMHS 350 Hazmat Health and Safety
- EMHS 389 Emergency Response WMDs
- NREM 211 Water Resources
For a complete list of all the courses you will take and their descriptions, please see our Course Catalog.
Enroll in this Minor
To enroll, please visit the office of Upper Advising in the Arts and Communication Building (AC), room 224.