Human Environmental Sciences
Human Environmental Sciences Degree Programs
In addition to the undergraduate and graduate degree programs offered through the individual school/departments, the College offers a BS in Human Environmental Sciences and a PhD in Human Environmental Sciences.
Millsap Professor G. Carlo**
Associate Professor B. Balakrishnan**, S. Killoren**, L. Manfra**, C. Proulx**, R. Ravert**, D. Rudy**, D. L. Sharpe**, R. Yao*
Associate Teaching Professor M. Goldschmidt*,
Assistant Professor F. Palermo*
Assistant Research Professor M. Herzog*
Associate Extension Professor and State Specialist B. Procter,
Assistant Extension Professor and State Specialist G. McCaulley
Assistant Extension Professor and Associate State Specialist A. Zumwalt
Professor Emeriti L. Ganong**, J. Ispa**, B. Schwarz**, R. B Tofle**
Graduate Faculty Member - membership is required to teach graduate-level courses, chair master's thesis committees, and serve on doctoral examination and dissertation committees.
Doctoral Faculty Member - membership is required to chair doctoral examination or dissertation committees. Graduate faculty membership is a prerequisite for Doctoral faculty membership.
- PhD in Human Environmental Sciences
Director of Graduate Studies:
137 Stanley Hall
GN_HES 1100: Introduction to Human Environmental Sciences
Introduction to Human Environmental Sciences
Credit Hour: 1
GN_HES 1234: Successful Adulting
Understanding what it means to be an adult; identify challenges of transition to adulthood and empower students to overcome these challenges by developing identity and life skills; build moral capacity to guide responsible citizenship and leadership.
Credit Hours: 3