College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Environmental Studies : Minor

Core
All Courses Required ( [ ] designates credits hours)
ENVS 101 Environmental Studies I - Natural Science [4]
ENVS 102 Environmental Studies II - Social Science [4]
ENVS 240 Environmental Research Procedures I [3]
ENVS 241 Environmental Research Procedures II [3]

Electives
Eight credits, all of which must be selected from the natural sciences or the social sciences

Natural Sciences
BIOL 322 Botany [4]
BIOL 354 Ecology [4]
BIOL 356 Aquatic Ecology [4]
BIOL 358 Biogeography [4]
CHEM 106 General Chemistry II [4]
CHEM 310 Basic Organic Chemistry [3]
or 315 Organic Chemistry I [4]
CHEM 316 Organic Chemistry II [4]
CHEM 321 Introduction of Analytical Chemistry [4]
ENVS 300 Herpetology [3]
ENVS 300 Ornithology [2]
ENVS 320 Advanced GIS [4]
ENVS 351 Environmental Biogeochemistry [4]
ENVS 357 Conservation Biology [4]
GEOL 201 Surficial Geology [4]
GEOL 301 Structural Geology [4]
GEOL 307 Stratigraphy and Sedimentation [4]
GEOL 464 Hydrogeology [4]
PHYS 112 Introductory General Physics II [4]
or 126 Physics II [4]

Social Sciences
ANTH 110 Introductory Cultural Anthropology [4]
ANTH 310 Cultural Ecology and Disease [4]
ECON 201 Principles of Microeconomics [4]
ECON 202 Principles of Macroeconomics [3]
ECON 312 Environmental Economics [3]
ENGL 293 Literature and the Environment[2]
ENVS 201 Environmentalism [2]
ENVS 204 Environmental History [2]
ENVS 250 Spirituality & the Environment [3]
ENVS 320 Advanced GIS [4]
ENVS 415 Natural Resources Management [3]
HIST 308 Americans and Their Environment [4]
PHIL 281 Ethics [4]
POLS 313 State and Local Politics[2]
POLS 345 International Environmental Politics[4]
POLS 411 Bureaucracy [4]
PSYC 282 Social Psychology [4]

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