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Environmental Studies Minor


The environmental studies minor offers students a variety of scientific, social, economic, political, and literary perspectives on environmental issues. Gaining these perspectives will help students become environmentally literate citizens and employees in non-technical fields.

Admission to the Program

The environmental studies minor is designed for non-science majors but any undergraduate student can declare this minor. Science majors should consider the minor in environmental science.

Program Requirements

  • ENV202
  • ENV303
  • ENV452

Total Number of Credits: 18

Note: Elective courses suitable for the environmental studies minor come and go from the College's curriculum. Currently permissible courses (as of the publication of the Catalog) are listed above. Students may request approval for substitution of a similar course from the chairperson of the Department of Environmental Science and Biology prior to taking the course.

Department of Environmental Science and Biology

Department Chair: Christopher Norment
Location: Lennon 105
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Phone: (585) 395-5975
Fax: (585) 395-5969

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Faculty & Staff

Kathryn L Amatangelo Ph.D
(Stanford University)
Assistant Professor

Deborah A Dilker BS
(SUNY Empire State College)
Secretary 1

Andrea Graham BS
(Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus)
Instructional Support Associate

James M Haynes Ph.D
(University Of Minnesota-Twin Cities)

Bradley M Mudrzynski MS
Research Scientist/Adjunct Lecturer

Amanda Napieralski BS
(SUNY College At Brockport)
Teaching Assistant

Christopher J Norment Ph.D
(University Of Kansas Main Campus)
Professor and Chair

Jon M Podoliak BS
(Clarkson University)
Teaching Assistant

Jacques J Rinchard Ph.D
(University of Namur)
Associate Professor

Douglas A Wilcox Ph.D
(Purdue University-Main Campus)
E. I. Prof. of Wetland Science

Clayton J Williams Ph.D
(Florida International University)
Assistant Professor