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Environmental Science Requirements

A. Environmental Sciences Core Courses

ENVS 101 Introduction to Environmental Science

3 s.h.

ENVS 105 Environmental Science Lab

1 s.h.

ENVS 201 Introduction to Environmental Issues

3 s.h.

ENVS 214 Principles of Soil Science

4 s.h.

ENVS 250 Environmental Monitoring

3 s.h.

ENVS 320 Technical Science Writing

3 s.h.

Capstone (ENVS 390 or 397 or 399)

3 s.h.





CHEM 112 General Chemistry II or


CHEM 226 Elementary Organic Chemistry

4 s.h.

GEOG 241 GIS: Principles and Methods

3 s.h.

POLS 235 Environmental Politics & Policy

3 s.h.

SOCL 244 Environmental Sociology

3 s.h.

PHIL 230 Environmental Ethics

3 s.h.

200-level BIOL

3 s.h.

300-level BIOL

3 s.h.

200-level ESCI, GEOL, OCEA, METR

3 s.h.

300-level ESCI, GEOL, OCEA, METR

3 s.h.

200-level GEOG

3 s.h.

300-level GEOG

3 s.h.

B. Related Work

BIOL 181 Biology II: Ecology and Evolution

4 s.h.

CHEM 111 General Chemistry I

4 s.h.

STAT 101 Introduction to Statistics

3 s.h.

GEOL 120 or 182


(introductory Geology courses)

3 s.h.

GEOG 240 Cartography

3 s.h.

C. Remaining Degree Requirements

1. General Education Requirements (Consult current Catalog)

2. College Writing Exam

3. A total of 122 s.h. of which at least 48 s.h must be upper division.

Note: Any combination of three grades of "D" or "E" in courses required for the major may result in your disqualification from the major.

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