Environmental Science Program of Study Associate of Science Degree
This program to be placed on moratorium Fall 2020—no new students enrolling in this program.
Programs offered through the Department of Biological and Physical Sciences share many outcomes. Upon program completion students will:
- Understand the basic principles and laws governing our world and have a global awareness of their discipline.
- Demonstrate basic competency in laboratory, field and computer skills related to the sciences.
- Be familiar with accessing and interpreting the scientific literature.
- Be proficient in written and oral communication in the sciences.
- Understand scientific methodology, and conduct scientific investigations using it.
- Be prepared to participate in professional activities.
|ANTY 217||Physical Anthro & Archaeology||3|
|or ECNS 202||Principles of Macroeconomics|
|ANTY 220||Culture & Society||3|
|BIOB 160||Principles of Living Systems||3|
|COMX 111||Intro to Public Speaking||3|
|GEO 101||Intro to Physical Geology||3|
|GEO 102||Intro to Physical Geology Lab||1|
|STAT 141||Intro to Statistical Concepts||3|
|WRIT 101||College Writing I||3|
|or WRIT 221||Intermediate Tech Writing|
|Fine Arts category||3|
|BIOB 170||Principles of Bio Diversity||3|
|BIOB 171||Principles Bio Diversity Lab||1|
|BIOE 202||Intro to Environmental Ecology||3|
|CHMY 141||College Chemistry I *||3|
|CHMY 142||College Chemistry I Lab *||1|
|CHMY 143||College Chemistry II||3|
|CHMY 144||College Chemistry II Lab||1|
|GPHY 282||Mapping Techniques||3|
|Select eleven credits chosen in consultation with advisor from the courses offered by the Science Department||11|
|Total Minimum Credits||60|
May satisfy General Education requirements