Environment

At Yale, the environment is studied from a variety of perspectives. Majors are offered in Architecture, Chemical Engineering, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Environmental Engineering, Environmental Studies, and Geology and Geophysics. The program in Forestry & Environmental Studies offers courses in environmental science, policy, and management. Many other departments and programs offer courses pertinent to the study of environment, including American Studies, Anthropology, Chemistry, Economics, English, Global Affairs, History, History of Art, Political Science, Sociology, and Study of the City. Some professional schools and programs offer relevant courses that may admit undergraduates, including Public Health, Forestry & Environmental Studies, the Law School, and the School of Management.