The undergraduate minor in Environment and Natural Resources (ENR) is the perfect complement to any primary degree program at the University of Wyoming. You’ll take core courses to build a broad understanding of complex environment and natural resource challenges and how they intersect with other disciplines. You’ll learn to work with people from diverse backgrounds to assess and build solutions to those challenges.
The ENR minor from the Haub School will expose you to:
Environmental thought and cultural values
Environmental assessment and problem solving
The ENR minor requires 18 credit hours. You’ll take the suite of ENR core courses that are required by the ENR major. You will also complete an internship of your choosing that will give you real-world skills for working in an environmental or natural resource field. And you will choose one elective course to add additional breadth to your studies. Click below to view the course plan and distribution course options.