Biological Sciences is a great minor for students interested in a deeper understanding of the diversity of living organisms or obtaining the prerequisites necessary for training in a variety of health and environmentally related fields. Contact the chair of Biological Sciences to find out more about minoring in biology. The requirements for a minor in Biological Sciences are:
Environmental Studies at Loyola University New Orleans offers students the opportunity to engage in a broad and integrated study of the environment from a wide-range of academic viewpoints. 2011-2012 Environmental Studies minor Tracking Sheet; 2012-2013 Environmental Studies minor Tracking Sheet
As an interdisciplinary minor, the curriculum represents courses from various colleges and departments that focus on understanding the relationships between humans and the natural world from biophysical, sociological, economic, philosophical, and religious perspectives. The program attempts to develop in students, the kinds of knowledge, wisdom, and problem-solving skills that can enable them to play an active role in protecting the future survival of our ecosystem. Find out more about the Environmental Studies minor by contacting the program's director Dr. Francis Coolidge at email@example.com.