Environmental Sciences B.S.
|CHEM 042||Intro Organic Chemistry 1||4|
|or CHEM 141||Organic Chemistry 1|
|or CHEM 143||Organic Chemistry for Majors 1|
|GEOL 055||Environmental Geology 2||4|
|or PSS 161||SU:Fundmntls of Soil Science|
|STAT 141||Basic Statistical Methods||3-4|
|or STAT 211||Statistical Methods I|
|or NR 140||Applied Environ Statistics|
|ENSC 001||SU: Intro Environmental Sci||3|
|ENSC 130||Global Environmental Assessmnt||3|
|ENSC 160||Pollutant Mvmt/Air,Land&Water||4|
|Choose one of the following:||4|
|SU:Ecology and Evolution 3|
|Organic Chemistry 2|
|Organic Chemistry for Majors 2 4|
|SU: Earth Materials 2|
& BCOR 012
and Exploring Biology
& CHEM 032
|General Chemistry 1|
and General Chemistry 2
|Choose one of the following sequences:||6-8|
|Fundamentals of Calculus I|
and Fundamentals of Calculus II
and Calculus II
|Choose one of the following sequences (physics is required only for the Environmental Chemistry Focus Track):||8|
and Elementary Physics
|Fundamentals of Physics I|
and Fundamentals of Physics II
|Fourteen to seventeen credits of advanced course work, chosen in consultation with the student's advisor, in one of the following Focus Tracks: 5||14-17|
Agriculture and the Environment
Conservation Biology and Biodiversity
Environmental Analysis and Assessment
BCOR 102 required for Environmental Biology Focus Track.
CHEM 144 required for Environmental Chemistry 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 eighty-four credits of course work in the College of Arts and Sciences.