Northland College integrates liberal arts studies with an environmental emphasis, enabling those it serves to address the challenges of the future. Consistent with this mission, the College’s Liberal Education for the Environment & Society program prepares students to be leaders in understanding, communicating, and acting upon the complexity of environmental issues, and in working to understand and address societal dynamics that create and are influenced by environmental issues. A detailed description of the general education requirements can be found in the 2017 and later catalogs.
The Liberal Education for the Environment & Society program is applicable to students who entered the College in 2017 or later. Students who entered the College prior to 2017 should refer to the catalog from the year in which they entered Northland for their specific general education requirements.
- Writing Assessment:
Students have the option to opt out of ENG 110 by passing this writing assessment.