Bachelor of Science in Sustainability. The sustainability degree is only offered as a double degree in addition to a primary degree.
Students will be accepted into the double-degree program if they have completed sustainability core prerequisite courses, EC 201 Microeconomics, and maintain a minimum institutional GPA of 2.5.
Earning a sustainability double degree begins with choosing a primary degree program major. Students are required to complete 180 credits in an OSU major and can receive a second bachelor’s degree in sustainability by completing an additional 36 credits. Start with a 17-credit core to learn the fundamentals of sustainability from social, ecological, and economic perspectives. Then select 16 additional credits to create an individualized course of study based on major and interests.
The sustainability minor provides interdisciplinary academic courses in which students think critically about sustainability challenges facing society today and possible solutions to complex issues.