Experiential Learning

You will develop your craft and professional voice as you practice expressive writing, immerse yourself in literature and history, investigate anthropology and philosophy, explore drama and design, and experiment with studio and digital arts.

You will be challenged academically as you learn to think critically, write and speak effectively, reason through problems, and embrace learning as a life-long endeavor. You will develop strong skills in journalism and multimedia advocacy that give the environmental sciences a public voice.

21st Century Readiness

Our programs provide a thorough grounding in the environmental sciences. Students take classes in field-based biology, ecology, and climate-change science to ready themselves to be effective communicators of 21st century environmental challenges.

Career Options for Environmental Arts and Humanities Programs Graduates

  • Communications Directors for Nonprofit Organizations
  • Creative Writers
  • Mixed-Media Designers
  • Editors
  • Teachers
  • Environmental Journalists and Advocates
  • Lobbyists
  • Technical Writers
  • Web Designers
  • Commercial Artists