Many courses related to climate change and sustainability are currently available at UMass Lowell. New academic programs in climate change are also currently under development and will be posted as soon as they are available.
New Undergraduate Minors
- Environment and Society (E & S), is an interdisciplinary minor that provides students with analytical and communication skills, as well as the scientific knowledge needed to succeed in environmental policy, sustainable development, environmental education, environmental advocacy, and related fields. E & S students explore public policy, climate change, sustainability, resource rights, law and regulation, and the role of environmental issues in domestic and international conflicts. E&S students also engage in environmental research and service projects in collaboration with government agencies, non-profit groups, local businesses, and state and national parks.
More information can be found online; you can also contact Charlotte Ryan (Sociology) or Susan Gallagher (Political Science).
- Climate Change and Sustainability, is an interdisciplinary minor, under the direction of the UMass Lowell Climate Change Initiative and housed in the Environmental, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Department. A student enrolled in this minor will gain an understanding of the basic science behind climate change as well as the social and economic consequences of climate change. Strategies for sustainability and climate adaptation will be addressed. For more information you can contact Lori Weeden (Environmental, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences)
For the latest course information please visit the UMass Lowell online Academic Catalog.