B.S. with Concentration in Environmental Science

Environmental Studies B.S. foundation courses:

  • ENVI 100 ENVI Entering Students Seminar (1 cr)
  • ENVI 150H Honors Introduction to Environmental Systems (4 cr)
  • ENVI 152H Honors Environmental Sustainability (4 cr)
  • ENVI 260 Green Living Seminar (2 cr)
  • ENVI 325 Geographic Information Systems (4 cr)
  • ENVI 400 ENVI senior seminar (1 cr)
  • ENVI 401 Independent Research or ENVI 540 Internship (3 cr)
  • ERTH 152 Introduction to Physical Geology (4 cr)

Environmental Science concentration requirements:

  • BIOL 160 Introduction to Biology II: Organisms (4 cr)
  • CHEM 150 Introduction to Chemistry I (4 cr)
  • CHEM 152 Introduction to Chemistry II (4 cr)
  • ENVI 320 Methods in Environmental Research (4 cr)

Choose at least 12 credits from any of the following categories:


Environmental Science

ENVI 360 Special Topics in Environmental Science


Physical Science

ENVI 425 Adv Geographic Info Systems

ERTH 270 Weather and Climate

ERTH 271 Landforms

Upper-level ERTH courses

PHYS 131 General Physics I

PHYS 132 General Physics II

Biology

ENVI 225 Nature of New England

ENVI 351/BIOL 351 Ornithology

ENVI 375 Aquatic ecology

BIOL 324 Marine Biology

BIOL 332 Bryology and Lichenology

BIOL 334 Field Botany

BIOL 341 Conservation Biology

BIOL 353 Entomology

BIOL 354 Ecology

Environmental Studies (not more than 6 credits)

ENVI 260 Green Living Seminar (when taken for 2nd time or more)

ENVI 310 Politics and Environmental Policy

ENVI 315/ECON 315 Environmental Economics

ENVI 340 Environmental Law

ENVI 350 Special Topics in Environmental Studies

ENVI 355 Everglades and South Florida

CCCA 202 The Good Earth: The Theme of Agrarianism

ENGL 371 The American Renaissance

ENGL 374 Literature and the Environment

HLTH 310 Environmental Health

PHIL 325 Environmental Ethics

POSC 201 US Govt. & Public Policy

POSC 202 Comparative Govt & Public Policy


Chemistry

CHEM 201 Organic Chemistry I

CHEM 202 Organic Chemistry II

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