Nov 15, 2018  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog

Environmental Science Minor


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The curriculum in the environmental science minor is designed to provide students with a rigorous interdisciplinary education in environmental science so they will possess the skills and knowledge needed to find effective, informed and ethical solutions to problems that involve interactions between physical, chemical, biological, economic and social factors. The program is designed as preparation for students seeking environmental careers, including enrollment in graduate programs, in areas including environmental policy and management, environmental education, and environmental monitoring and assessment.

Students pursuing the environmental science minor must consult with their major adviser and the Office of the Dean of the College of Science which administers the minor. Students should enroll in ENVI 201 - Introduction to Environmental Science (3 credits)  during their sophomore or junior year and then enroll in ENVI 420 - Advanced Environmental Science (3 credits)  the following year. A grade of ‘C’ or better is required in all upper level courses and in ENVI 201  and ENVI 420 .

Program Requirements


Choose from the following: (8 Credits)


Choose three courses and the corresponding laboratories: (11-12 Credits)


Total Credits Required: 49-50


* A maximum of six credits from ENVI 399 , ENVI 487 , and ENVI 499  may be applied towards the minor.

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