Environmental Science - Natural Science Emphasis

Major Requirements
ENVSCI 200INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE (GM)4
CHEM 102INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY (GL)5
GEOGRPY 270GIS I: INTRODUCTION TO GIS AND MAPPING3
or HISTRY 190 NORTH AMERICAN ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY (GH)
ENGLISH 371WRITING IN THE SCIENCES3
ENVSCI 400ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE CAPSTONE3
BIOLOGY 141INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY I (GL)5
BIOLOGY 142INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY II (GL)5
Select 15 units (at least 9 units from 300-400 level) approved Natural Sciences courses15
INTRODUCTION TO GENETICS
INTRODUCTION TO ECOLOGY
FIELD EXPERIENCE
BIOSTATISTICS
THE PLANT KINGDOM
PLANT TAXONOMY
FIELD BOTANY
AQUATIC BIOLOGY
INVERTEBRATE ZOOLOGY
ANIMAL BEHAVIOR
ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY
INTRODUCTORY ENTOMOLOGY
NATURAL HISTORY OF YELLOWSTONE NP AND THE UPPER GREAT PLAINS
GENERAL ECOLOGY
TRAVEL STUDY
INTERNSHIP IN BIOLOGY
INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY (GL)
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
SOIL SCIENCE
BIOGEOGRAPHY
Select 6 units approved Geosciences courses6
INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY (GL)
SPATIAL ANALYSIS
PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY (GL)
SOIL SCIENCE
GEOMORPHOLOGY (LANDFORMS)
METEOROLOGY AND CLIMATE
WATER RESOURCES
BIOGEOGRAPHY
GEOHAZARDS
REMOTE SENSING OF THE ENVIRONMENT
HUMAN AND CLIMATE INTERACTIONS
RIVERS AND FLOODS
ADVANCED METHODS IN PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY
GIS IN WATER RESOURCES
APPLIED ENVIRONMENTAL AND NATURAL RESOURCE GIS
INTERNSHIP IN GEOGRAPHY
FIELD COURSE
EARTH AND LIFE HISTORY (GM)
PRINCIPLES OF OCEANOGRAPHY (GM)
ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY (GM)
ROCKS AND MINERALS
PALEONTOLOGY
GEOHAZARDS
NATURAL HISTORY OF YELLOWSTONE NP AND THE UPPER GREAT PLAINS
FIELD STUDIES IN GEOLOGY
PHYSICS FOUNDATIONS (GL)
Select 6 units approved Environmental Resource Management courses6
NATURAL RESOURCE AND ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS
WATER LAW
PRINCIPLES OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
FUNDAMENTALS OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
FACILITY WATER MANAGEMENT
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS MANAGEMENT
AIR POLLUTION EVALUATION AND CONTROL
AMERICAN ENVIRONMENTAL LITERATURE (GH)
URBAN LAND USE PLANNING
CULTURAL ECOLOGY AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS (GH)
US ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS AND POLICY
ENVIRONMENTAL SOCIOLOGY
SOCIOLOGY OF NATURAL DISASTERS
GENDER, ETHNICITY, AND THE ENVIRONMENT (DV)
Select 3 credits of Experiential Learning (undergraduate research, Internship, travel study) (personalization required)3
Total Units58
Unique Requirements - 8-10 units
Select 8-10 units from one of the following techniques option areas:8-10
Area A - Geographic Information Systems
GEOGRPY 370GIS II: SPATIAL DATA AND ANALYSIS3
and two of the following:
REMOTE SENSING OF THE ENVIRONMENT
GIS IN WATER RESOURCES (or )
APPLIED ENVIRONMENTAL AND NATURAL RESOURCE GIS
Area B - Analytical Chemistry:
CHEM 104INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY (GL)5
CHEM 352QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS5
Area C - Ecological Field and Lab Methods:
BIOLOGY 258FIELD EXPERIENCE2
Any two 300 or 400 level field based Biology course from approved list (requires personalization)
Area D - Environmental Writing
ENGLISH 260AMERICAN ENVIRONMENTAL LITERATURE (GH)3
and two of the following:
SOCIAL MEDIA OPTIMIZATION & THE NEW WEB
INTRODUCTION TO CORPORATE COMMUNICATION
WRITING FOR THE WEB
TOPICS IN PROFESSIONAL WRITING
NATURE WRITING (or )
GRANT/PROPOSAL WRITING
WRITING FOR NEWS MEDIA