The Interdisciplinary Minor in Environmental Ethics provides undergraduate students with the intellectual resources needed to reflect on the ethical dimensions of environmental issues. Five core courses develop student knowledge and skills in the natural sciences and the theological and philosophical traditions that are relevant to the minor. It culminates in a capstone seminar during which students will identify the ethical questions pertaining to a particular environmental problem and develop approaches to its resolution. When appropriate and feasible, students serve in private and public organizations, government agencies and businesses that are addressing the problem. Students are encouraged to take courses in their primary fields of study that complement INEE and to draw upon them during their capstone experiences.