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Catalog 2004-2005
Environmental Science (BS)
Requirements of the Major
School of Theoretical and Applied Science
Course Descriptions Convener: William Makofske

 
100 Level Courses 32 crs.
  SBIO 110/112 Fundamentals of Biology I & II
SCHM 110/111 Fundamentals of Chemistry I
SCHM 112/113 Fundamentals of Chemistry II
SENS 105 Fundamentals of Earth Science
SENV 103 Environmental Studies
SPHY 110 Fundamentals of Physics I
SMTH 111 Calculus I
 
200 Level Courses 9 crs.
  M/SPSY 242 Statistcs or approved atatistics course
SBIO 221 General Ecology
SENV 223 Energy and Society
 
300 Level Courses 16 crs.
  SENS 315 Field Biology & Ecology (1 cr.)
SGEL 333 Environmental Geology OR SENS 326 Paleontology,
  Paleoecology, and Paleoenvironments (3 crs.)
SENS 331 Computer Modeling: Environmental Science Lec/Lab (4 crs.)
SCHM 323 Analytic Chemistry Lec/Lab (4 crs.)
SENS 340 Environmental Chemistry Lec/Lab (4 crs.)
 
Ecology/Field Biology/Natural Resource electives (Select two of the following) 6-8 crs.
  SBIO 321 Field Botany Lec/Lab (4 crs.)
SBIO 340 Ecology of Soils (3 crs.)
SBIO 358 Marine Invertebrate Biology Lec/Lab (4 crs.)
SENS 325 Biological Conservation (3 crs.)
SENS 327 Ecological Agriculture (3 crs.)
SENS 390 Topics in Environmental Science (3 crs.)
SENV 313 Appropriate Technology (4 crs.)
SENV 314 Geographic Information Systems (4 crs.)
SENV 414 Environmental Assessment Lec/Lab (4 crs.)
SGEO 303 Water Resources (3 crs.)
SGEO 304 Forest Resources (3 crs.)
Any other 300-level SGEL course not already counted as a required course.
 
400 Level Courses 4 crs.
  SENS 416 Ecosystems Lec/Lab  

  Minimum 67-69 crs.


It is strongly recommended that Environmental Science students take either of the following to complete SCP requirements: SENV 209 Social Ecology or SENV 215 Environmental History

TAS School Core Requirements


Science in Cultural Perspectives (SCP) 6 crs.

It is strongly recommended that Environmental Science students take either of the following to complete SCP requirements: SENV 209 Social Ecology or SENV 215 Environmental History.



Related Information:
Environmental Science Home Page
General Education Requirements
Graduation Requirements
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