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Environmental Studies and Environmental Science majors must complete an environmental internship or directed environmental research.
Qualifying experiences are:
The steps: (click on links for the forms you need)
Students planning to complete the Washington Semester through American University complete only step #1 above.
Contact your academic advisor if you have any questions about the requirements.
How do I do directed environmental research?
Directed environmental research conducted under the direction of a SCU faculty member can qualify. This work might be paid, volunteer, or done for units (ENVS 199B, for example).
Alternatively the research might be done as part of a study abroad experience, for example by completing the directed research course at School for Field Studies or Organization for Tropical Studies.
How do I find an environmental internship?
SCU's career center keeps an up-to-date list of environmental internships and advice on green careers. Additional internship opportunities can be found here.