Specialization: Environmental Studies

  1. MAJOR AND SPECIALIZATION: 41 credits:

    • MAJOR: 25 credits:

      • NSC331 Natural Science Literature Survey (2) -- WI. NOTE: IN COMBINATION WITH NSC443=RP
      • NSC443 Natural Science Research Seminar (2) -- WI. NOTE: IN COMBINATION WITH NSC331=RP
      • Science Electives: 21 credits to be selected from recommended Science courses for Science courses. 16 of the 24 credits MUST BE TAKEN in Biology
    • SPECIALIZATION: 16 credits:

      • ENS304/L Environmental Chemistry (3/1)
      • Select two
        • ENS205 Planet Earth I: Physical Features (3)
        • ENS206 Planet Earth II: Geographical Features (3)
        • ENS/NSC303 Environmental Toxicology (3) CT
        • ENS309 Population Dynamics (3)
      • Select two
        • GVT115 Local Environmental Problems (3)
        • GVT217 American Political Parties & Pressure Groups (3)
        • GVT219 Politics, Planning & Land Use (3)
        • GVT411 Environmental Law (3)
  2. CORE: 36 credits:

    • GVT211 Environmental & Energy Policies I (3)
    • GVT212 Environmental & Energy Policies II (3)
    • Select one
      • ECO201 Principles of Microeconomics (3) CT
      • ECO202 Principles of Macro-economics (3) -- CT
    • Select one
      • GVT113 Introduction to American Politics (3) CR
      • GVT114 State & Local Government (3) -- CR
    • Select two
      • GVT113 Introduction to American Politics (3) CR
      • GVT114 State & Local Government (3) CR
      • HIS222 Urban America (3) CT
      • HIS230 Problems of the Third World (3)
    • Core Electives: 18 credits

TOTAL PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS = 133 CREDITS

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