A birds-eye view illustration of 3-D trees, roads, waterfalls, houses, grass and other tiny environmental features.

Step 1: Introductory Course

Step 1: Select an introductory course from one of the courses listed below.

Course substitutions are possible; please contact faculty-in-charge.

ANTH 40 Biocultural Evolution
ANTH 45 Cultural Anthropology
BI SC 2 Genetics, Ecology and Evolution
BI SC 3 Environmental Science
BIOL 110 Biology: Basic Concepts and Biodiversity
BIOL 120 (A-C) Plants, Places and People
CED 152 Community Development Concepts and Practice
E R M 210 Environmental Factors and Their Effect on Your Food Supply
EARTH 2 Gaia - The Earth System
EARTH 100 Environmental Earth
EARTH 101 Natural Disasters: Hollywood vs. Reality
EARTH 107 Coastal Processes
EARTH 111 Water: Science and Society
EGEE/MATSC 101 Energy and the Environment
EGEE 102 Energy Conservation for Environmental Protection
EM SC 150 Out of the Fiery Furnace
ENGL 180 Literature and the Natural World
ENT 202 The Insect Connection
ENVST 100 Visions of Nature
FD SC 105 Food Facts and Fads
GEOG 10 Physical Geography: An Introduction
GEOG 30 Geographic Perspectives on Sustainability and Human-Environment Systems
GEOG 110 Climates of the World
GEOG 115 Landforms of the World
GEOG 123 Geography of the Developing World
GEOG 314 Biogeography and Global Ecology
GEOSC 21 Earth and Life: Origin and Evolution
GEOSC 40 The Sea Around Us
HORT 101 Horticultural Science
PHIL 118 Introduction to Environmental Philosophy
PL SC 135 The Policies of Ecological Crisis
SOC 23 Population and Policy Issues
SOILS 101 Introductory Soil Science
W F S 209 Wildlife and Fisheries Conservation

Note: Individual courses are linked to Penn State's Bulletin. For the most recent course description and to schedule, visit LionPATH.psu.edu.