The College offers several options for majoring or minoring in programs related to this year's theme.
Majors and minors related to Resilience
Minor in Resilience
The College offers students the opportunity to create a 15-hour individualized minor based on a Themester topic. Fall 2021’s focus is Resilience.
IMP minors consist of at least 15 credit hours of coursework that draws but can also deviate from the Themester course list, depending on your needs. The individualized minor can include independent-study and internship credit, for example. Contact the IMP office for a consultation with the IMP's assistant director to discuss your goals and individualized plan.
- Fall 2021: Applications accepted on a rolling basis August 23–November 11
- Spring 2022: Applications accepted on a rolling basis January 10–April 7
No more than two courses completed at the time the student applies can count in the minor.
Major or minor in Environmental and Sustainability Studies
Environmental and Sustainability Studies B.A. is part of the Integrated Program in the Environment.
It is offered jointly by the College of Arts and Sciences and the O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs. The study of sustainability bridges the arts and humanities, social sciences, and the physical and life sciences. It complements traditional disciplines by offering an opportunity for education that couples natural and human systems in order to encompass the study of the environment, society, economy, and the arts.