Undergrad Catalog 2010


Environmental Science Major (B.S.)

Integrated Major - Departments of Biology, Chemistry and Physics

Coordinator for the major: Darlene Panvini


Environmental Science Major (B.S.) Hours
General Education Core Requirements (B.S.)

61-64

    Includes the following requirements: (hours applied to core)  
    ENV 1110, Introduction to Enviromental Science 4  
    CEM 1610, General Chemistry 4  
    CEM 1620, General Chemistry II 4  
    MTH 1080, Mathematical Inquiry or CSC 1020, An Introduction to Computer     Science 3  
    MTH 1151, Elementary Statistics for the Sciences 3  
    PSC 1210, American Government 3  
    SOC 1010, Introduction to Sociology 3  
Major Core Requirements  

33

    ENV 1000, Seminar in Environmental Science 1  
    ENV 2410, Physical Principles of Environmental Science 4  
    ENV 2730, Methods in Environmental Science 3
    ENV 3500, Internship in Environmental Science 3
    ENV 3550, Research in Environmental Science 3
    ENV 4500, Senior Seminar in Environmental Science 3  
    BIO 1120, Principles of Biology II 4
    BIO 2400, Zoology 4
    BIO 2500, Botany 4  
    BIO 3030, General Ecology 3  
    MTH 1160, Biostatistical Lab 1  
     Group A (Choose 3 from the following)  9
    SOC 3600, Environmental Sociology     3  
    PHI 3260, Environmental Ethics    3  
    PSC 2710, Political Economy 3  
    PSC 4240, American Public Policy 3  
    REL 3540, Eco-Justice and Faith 3  
    HIS 4320 , The American West 3  
    HIS 4710, Ecology, Technology, and Geography in World History  
    ENV 3210, Introduction to Environmental Management Systems  3  
    ENV 3330, Special Topics (SS/HUM)* [*ENV 3330 Special Topics courses will be designated either a Group A (Social Science /Humanities focus) or Group B (Quantitative/Analytical focus] 3  
    ETP 3000, Foundations in Entrepreneurship 3  
    ENV 1950 - 4950, Study Abroad 1-4
     Group B (Choose 3 from the following, at least one lab science)  10-12
    MTH 1130, Precalculus Mathematics, or MTH 1140, Quantitative Methods in Business, or MTH 1170, Calculus I for Business, or MTH 1210, Calculus I 3-4  
    MTH 1180, Calculus II for Business or MTH 1220, Calculus II 3-4  
    MTH 2170, Mathematic Modeling for Environmental Sciences 4  
    CSC 1110, Programming I or CSC 1120, Programming II
    CEM 3310, Organic Chemistry I 4  
    CEM 3320, Organic Chemistry II 4  
    CEM 3410, Analytical Chemistry 4
    BIO 1110, Principles of Biology I 4
    BIO 2120, Microbiology 4
    BIO 3200, Parasitology
    BIO 3300, Animal Behavior
    BIO 3550, Comparative Anatomy of Vertebrates
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    BIO 3500, Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy Laboratory 2
    IMS-MAR 300 or higher  - Institute of Marine Sciences Courses 3
    ENV 3330, Special Topics (Quantitative/Analytical)* [*ENV 3330 Special Topics courses will be designated either a Group A (Social Science /Humanities focus) or Group B (Quantitative/Analytical focus] 3
    ECO 2210, Principles of Macroeconomics or ECO 2220, Principles of Microeconomics 3
    ENV 1950 - 4950, Study Abroad    1-4
Minor Requirements (This major does not require a minor)  

0

General Electives

10-15

Total   128
Minor in Environmental Science Hours
General Education Core Requirements for Minor 12 hours
Includes the following requirements to be counted in the Gen Ed Core:    
    ENV 1110, Introduction to Environmental Science 4  
    CEM 1610, General Chemistry I 4  
    CEM 1620, General Chemistry II

4

 
Minor Requirements   18hours
    ENV 2410, Physical Principles of Environmental Science 4  
    ENV 2730, Methods in Environmental Science 3  
    BIO 1120 Principles of Biology II 4  
    BIO 2400, or BIO 2500, or BIO 3030, or Lab Science course from Group B in the major 4  
    SOC 3600, or PHI 3260, or REL 3540, or ENV 3210, or ENV 3330 from Group A in the major 3  
Total   18