Courses that are listed as EVST seminars and assigned a writing (WR) credit typically fulfill this requirement, such as EVST 215, EVST 224, and EVST 212.
A major objective of this research and writing emphasis is to develop the skills that help with writing the EVST senior essay. Therefore, a BS candidate might fulfill this requirement with advanced seminars in other social sciences or humanities departments, taken within the context of their concentration, if the seminar has significant research and writing content. For example: Environmental Justice in Modern South Asia (EVST 324) introduces and requires students to gain familiarity with ethnographic and other anthropological research methods and contains a very substantial writing requirement.
Please meet with the DUS if you have questions.