To enter the minor, students must be in good academic standing (minimum 2.0 grade-point average) and file a petition at the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability SAO office (Life Science 2318). It usually takes only a few minutes, and officially enrolling in the minor provides first-pass enrollment for all upper-division courses in the minor.
Students will need to be able to complete the minor in addition to the other elements of their program (major, other minors) within their normal time-to-degree (12 regular academic quarters) and/or within their unit maximum (216 units + AP units). If that is not the case, students will have to file a petition with the College for approval prior to being admitted to the minor. Students who have completed 150 or more units will also need permission from the College of Letters & Science to declare any minor. The IoES SAO can help determine whether this will be necessary; students should make an appointment with the IoES SAO prior to filing any petitions with the College.
Additionally, students enrolled in any School outside of the College of Letters and Science must consult with their School counselor prior to enrolling in the minor.
NOTE: DURING THE CURRENT CORONAVIRUS SITUATION ALL APPOINTMENTS WILL BE REMOTE.
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