This interdisciplinary minor in International Science Studies will introduce College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences students to global issues, which affect their major disciplines in the current world, and also provide an opportunity to gain
The minor assumes that the student will have a major in the sciences, and that classes taken under one of the three tracks in the minor will contribute depth to the existing major or establish depth in a selected additional field of study. Students will be expected to work closely with an academic advisor in developing an intellectually coherent program of the study. A minimum of 18 units of
Minor Advisor. Shu-Hua Chen (Land, Air and Water Resources); 530-752-1822; firstname.lastname@example.org.