Environmental Sciences B.S.
A total of 120 credits is required for the degree.
|BCOR 011||Exploring Biology||4|
|BCOR 012||Exploring Biology||4|
|CHEM 031||General Chemistry 1||4|
|CHEM 032||General Chemistry 2||4|
|CHEM 042||Intro Organic Chemistry 1||4|
|GEOL 055||Environmental Geology||4|
|or PSS 161||SU:Fundmntls of Soil Science|
|MATH 019||Fundamentals of Calculus I 2||3|
|MATH 020||Fundamentals of Calculus II 2||3|
|NR 140||Applied Environ Statistics 2||3-4|
|or STAT 141||Basic Statistical Methods|
|ENSC 001||SU: Intro Environmental Sci||3|
|ENSC 009||Orientation to Env Sciences 3||1|
|ENSC 130||Global Environmental Assessmnt||3|
|ENSC 160||Pollutant Mvmt/Air,Land&Water||4|
|ENSC 201||Recovery&Restor Altered Ecosys||4|
|ENSC 202||Applied Envir Assess Analysis||4|
|Fourteen to seventeen credits in one of the following concentrations:||14-17|
Agriculture and the Environment
Conservation Biology and Biodiversity
Environmental Analysis and Assessment
Global Environmental and Climate Change
Internal and external transfer students to ENSC are exempt from ENSC 009.
Up-to-date course requirements for each concentration are available online or from the student’s advisor or the dean’s office; students may elect to petition to develop a self-design concentration.