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Self Designed Majors

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Students who design their own majors work closely with faculty advisors to choose a path through the curriculum tailored to the students’ specific interests and learning goals. Students ordinarily complete major proposals by the first semester of their junior year, and transfer students may be able to apply courses completed at another institution toward their self-designed major degree requirements.

Recent Self-Designed Majors:

  • Agroecology
  • Agroforestry
  • Anthrozoology
  • Aquatic Ecology
  • Circumpolar Studies
  • Circumpolar Studies/Education
  • Conservation Ecology and Agricultural Education
  • Conservation Education
  • Ecology/Tourism
  • Ecological Anthropology
  • Ecotourism
  • Environmental Chemistry
  • Environmental Education and the Media
  • Environmental Humanities
  • Environmental Justice
  • Handcrafts and Folklore
  • Human Ecology
  • Integrated Forestry and Woodworking
  • International Agriculture and Business
  • Natural History
  • Northern Ecology
  • Northern Studies
  • Sustainable Development/Agricultural Practices and Politics
  • Sustainable Living Systems
  • Sustainable Support Systems
  • Sustainability Education
  • Wildlands/Agriculture
  • Wildlife Ecology and Management