Environmental analysis (EA) fits exceptionally well within the Harvey Mudd College mission to train students who combine technical rigor and engagement with pressing social issues. There has always been a significant demand for environmental courses, research experiences, and Clinics at the college. The new Emphasis in Environmental Analysis provides a curricular program to help students move through their environmental studies in a coherent and cumulative fashion.
The Emphasis in Environmental Analysis is not a major. Rather, it is a coordinated program of study that allows students majoring in the sciences, engineering, and mathematics the opportunity to address environmental issues from a range of perspectives so that they may better understand the impact of their work.
An Emphasis in Environmental Analysis consists of six courses beyond the core with significant environmental analysis content taken on- or off-campus, including at least three courses in recognized HSA disciplines and two courses in science, engineering, and mathematics. At least three of the courses must be at the upper-division level. Upon approval by the HMC Center for Environmental Studies, one summer research, yearlong research, or yearlong Clinic experience with a substantial environmental analysis component may be counted towards the six-course total.
Students must declare their intention to pursue an Emphasis in Environmental Analysis in or before their fifth semester. This involves filing a form approved by an EA advisor with the registrar.
Students who successfully meet the requirements for the Emphasis in Environmental Analysis will receive a certificate from the Harvey Mudd College Center for Environmental Studies.
|Chemistry||Daub, Hawkins, Van Ryswyk|
|Engineering||Cardenas, Hightower, Little, Spjut|
|Humanities, Social Sciences,
and the Arts
|Mathematics||de Pillis, Levy|
Contact one of the EA advisors listed above or Prof. Haskell, Director of the HMC Center for Environmental Studies. Additional information regarding advising is available on the HMC Emphasis in EA Sakai site.