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 2010, Cultural Theory (3)
    SOC 2200, Sociological Theory (3)   
    SOC 2250, Social Research Methods (3)    
    SOC 3350, Social Movements (3)    
    SOC 3550, The Urban Community (3)    
    SOC 3555, Race, Class and Gender (3)    
    SOC 3600, Environmental Sociology (3)
    PHI 2250, Applied Ethics (3)  
    PHI 3260, Environmental Ethics (3)
    ENW 3530, Writing About Place (3)
    ENW 3550, Exploratory Writing (3)
    ENW 3570, Professional Writing (3)
    ENW 3580, Writing in the Community (3)
    PSC 2700, 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 (3)  
    ETP 3000, Foundations in Entrepreneurship  (3)  
    SET 4150, Grant Writing (3)  
    COM 2340, Business and Professional Communication (3)  
    COM 4310, Contemporary Issues in Organizational Communications (3)  
    ENV 1950 - 4950, Study Abroad (1-4)
    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]  
   
     Group B (Choose 3 from the following) 9
    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
4
3
3
    BIO 3500, Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy Laboratory 1
    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