Environmental Science Foundation Courses (3 courses):
Required Math and Science Courses (3 courses):
Geo–Spatial Courses (2 courses):
Policy and Management Courses (2 courses):
Environmental Social Sciences and Humanities (Environmental Ethics, required):
Science and Technology Electives (4 courses):3
Senior Research (1 course):4
Core Curriculum (12 courses):
Free Electives (12 courses):
1 Biostatistics and Experimental Design (BIO 3105) or Statistical Methods (MAT 4310) may substitute
2 Only 3 of 9 credits count towards major
3 Courses that count as GEV Science and Technology Electives for the B.A. Environmental Studies degree may also include: Introductory Ecology (BIO 3255, 4 credits); Conservation Biology (BIO 4801, 3 credits); Field Ecology and Evolution (BIO 4451/4452, 2/2 credits); Environmental Geology (GLY 2805, 3 credits).
4 Senior Thesis and Independent Study can be performed with a faculty member in Geography and the Environment or another cognate science department (e.g., Biology or Chemistry), with permission.
5 At least one ACS seminars may be fulfilled by students in Environmental Learning Community.
6 Must be designated as “Core History”
7 Twelve courses--consider course offerings with environmental content.