Environmental Sciences Major Requirements
Catalog Years 2015 – 2016 and Later
I. Basic Science (Natural Sciences) Requirements: Students must pass each of the following sequences.
- BIOL 1107 & BIOL 1108 or BIOL 1110 Principles of Biology I & Principles of Biology II or Botany
- CHEM 1127Q & 1128Q or CHEM 1124Q, 1125Q, & 1126Q General Chemistry I & II or Fundamentals of Chemistry I, II, & III
- MATH 1131Q & MATH 1132Q Calculus I & II
- PHYS 1201Q & 1202Q or PHYS 1401Q & 1402Q General Physics I & II or General Physics with Calculus I & II
- STAT 1000Q or STAT 1100Q or STAT 3025Q Introduction to Statistics I or Elementary of Concepts of Statistics or Statistical Methods(Calculus Level)
- NRE 1000 Environmental Science
*It should be noted that: ARE1150, ECON 1200, or ECON 1201; GEOG 2300; GSCI 1050; MARN 1002 may be pre-requisites for several upper division course concentration options. It is recommended to review pre-requisites in the catalog for concentration courses you may be interested in registering for.
II. Sophomore Seminar
- ENVS 2000 Integrating Humans and the Environment
III. Capstone: All ENVS students must pass the following capstone course prior to graduation.
- NRE 4000W Natural Resources Management and Planning (Spring)
IV. Internship or Research Experience: 1 – 6 credits approved by advisor.
V. Area of Concentration: In addition to the courses in groups I – IV, students must take additional courses in a specified concentration. Students are encouraged to declare their concentration prior to entering their fifth semester.
- Sustainable Systems
- Global Change
- Human Health