2012-2013 Catalog 
    
    Apr 22, 2021  
2012-2013 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Environment, Economics, and Politics (EEP) Major


Major Requirements


The major requires a minimum of fifteen courses, in addition to the college’s general education requirements. The following courses (or equivalents), are required:

Substitutions for EEP Major Requirements


  1. Students not planning advanced work in science may substitute environmental science and/or policy courses for CHEM 014L KS -CHEM 015L KS . Students must consult with the program advisor as to the appropriateness of substituted courses.
  2. Students interested in additional work in ecology may substitute appropriate advanced biology courses for ECON 086 CM , GOVT 050 CM , or GOVT 121 CM .

Prerequisites for EEP Majors


The following courses are prerequisites for major requirements (and may be counted for general education requirements):

General Education Requirements for EEP Majors


For the general education requirement in the social sciences and the humanities, EEP majors must complete appropriate courses in all four fields of the social sciences (economics, government, history, and psychology), together with courses in two of the four fields of the humanities (literature, philosophy, religious studies, and literature in a foreign language). For further information, see General Education Requirements in the Social Sciences and the Humanities for Science Majors .

Student Learning Outcomes of the Program in Environment, Economics, and Politics (EEP)


In addition to the Keck Science overall learning outcomes, EEP students should achieve an understanding of biology, economics, and government policy similar to, if not quite as extensive as, majors in these disciplines. Evidence of such understanding should be reflected in grades from upper division courses in these fields.