Environmental Studies

Analyze the problems, processes, and possibilities of creating a more sustainable society.

As an environmental studies major or minor, you will examine natural and cultural systems from many viewpoints—scientific, economic, ethical, historical, political, and sociological—an become and ambassador for the conservation of natural resources essential for economic development and public well-being.

Florida is an ideal laboratory for you to explore your environment. Opportunities to participate in projects in the Everglades, Wekiva Geopark, and various local models of New Urbanism give you excellent preparation for an environmental career.

Major and Minor Requirements

Visit the Rollins catalogue to access the program requirements.

Contact

Department of Environmental Studies
1000 Holt Ave. – 2753
Winter Park, FL 32789
T. 407.646.2392
F. 407.646.2364
Department of Environmental Studies website

Barry Allen
Associate Professor
Beal Maltbie Center 110
407.646.2647
Ann Francis
Program Coordinator
Beal Maltbie Center 107
407.646.2392
Lee Lines
Professor
Beal Maltbie Center 111
407.628.6377
Joe Siry
Associate Professor
Beal Maltbie Center 105
407.646.2648
Bruce Stephenson
Professor
Beal Maltbie Center 109
407.646.1587

Rollins Evening

This area of study is also available through the Hamilton Holt School.