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The Environmental Science minor offers students the strongest background in the science behind environmental issues. Students will understand and explore the natural world and our interactions within the natural and built environment.
|ENV 102||INTRO TO ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE WITH LAB (may be replaced with an upper-level course; check with an ENV advisor or the department chair)||4|
|ENV 216||EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCE||4|
|ENV 217||HUMAN IMPACTS ON THE ENVIRONMENT||4|
|ENV 250||APPLIED ECOLOGY (WITH LAB)||4|
|Select two of the following. At least one must be a 300-level course:||8|
|CITIES AND THE ENVIRONMENT|
|ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT|
|BIOLOGY FOR ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES|
|GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE|
|PLANT IDENTIFICATION (WITH LAB)|
|ENVIRONMENTAL SOIL SCIENCE (WITH LAB)|
|PLANT ECOLOGY (WITH LAB)|
|CHEMISTRY OF EARTH SYSTEMS (WITH LAB)|
|CONSERVATION BIOLOGY (WITH LAB)|
|ECOSYSTEM ECOLOGY (WITH LAB)|
|URBAN ECOLOGY (WITH LAB)|
|ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE AND ADVOCACY|
|INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH|
|SPECIAL TOPICS IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE 1|
See your advisor to determine where ENV 390 classes fit into your DPR.
Environmental Science majors and environmental studies majors cannot earn a minor in Environmental Science.