Environmental Sciences B.S.
|CHEM 042||Intro Organic Chemistry 1||4|
|or CHEM 141||Organic Chemistry 1|
|GEOL 055||Environmental Geology 2||4|
|or PSS 161||SU: Fundmntls of Soil Science|
|STAT 141||QR:Basic Statistical Methods 1||3-4|
|or STAT 211||QR: Statistical Methods I|
|or NR 140||Applied Environ Statistics|
|ENSC 001||SU: Intro Environmental Sci||3|
|ENSC 009||Orientation to Env Sciences||1|
|ENSC 130||Global Environmental Assessmnt||3|
|ENSC 160||Pollutant Mvmt/Air,Land&Water||4|
|Choose 1 of the following:||4|
|SU:Ecology and Evolution 3|
|Organic Chemistry 2|
|SU: Earth Materials 2|
& BCOR 012
and Exploring Biology
& CHEM 032
|General Chemistry 1|
and General Chemistry 2
|Choose 1 of the following sequences:||6-8|
|QR: Fundamentals of Calculus I|
and QR:Fundamentals of Calculus II
|QR: Calculus I|
and QR: Calculus II
|14 to 17 credits of advanced course work, chosen in consultation with the student's advisor, in 1 of the following Focus Tracks: 4||14-17|
Agriculture and the Environment
Conservation Biology and Biodiversity
Environmental Analysis and Assessment
Global Environmental and Climate Change
CHEM 141 required for Environmental Biology Focus Track.
BCOR 102 required for Environmental Biology Focus Track.
Up-to-date course requirements for each Focus Track are available from a student’s advisor or the dean’s office; students may elect to petition to develop a Self-Design track.
College of Arts and Sciences students majoring in the B.S. program in environmental sciences are required to take at least 84 credits of course work in the College of Arts and Sciences.