Arctic Studies Minor
Students in the Arctic Studies minor will gain the skills to address major science and policy issues in the Arctic. The minor will train students to work with international organizations, national governments, and sub-national organizations, and to pursue graduate study at the intersection of science and policy in the polar regions. This interdisciplinary minor is a collaboration between the Canadian Studies Center, housed at the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies in the College of Arts and Sciences, and the School of Oceanography in the College of the Environment.
The following courses are offered in fall term (September-December 2021). As a member institution of University of the Arctic, UW students can enroll in UArctic courses at no cost. Each course is worth the equivalent of 3 UW credits. Credits will be recorded at the offering institution and transferred to on completion of the course. UArctic courses may be used as electives for the minor in Arctic studies. Courses are conducted in English. To register, fill out the attached form, sign, and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org by August 1, 2021.