Minor in Environmental Sciences

The minor in Environmental Sciences offers students an opportunity to obtain training and education in environmental sciences through a combination of foundation courses and specialization in one of the four interdisciplinary tracks—Biosciences, Chemical Sciences, Geosciences, and Hydrosciences. Students must complete at least 15 s.h. of Environmental Sciences coursework and maintain a GPA of at least 2.0 in the minor. Coursework in the minor may not be taken pass/nonpass.


ONE of these:

ENVS:1080 Introduction to Environmental Science (with Lab) 4 s.h.
ENVS:1085 Fundamentals of Environmental Science (with Lab) 4 s.h.

and ONE of these:

ENVS:2673 Ecology 3 s.h.
ENVS:3020 Earth Surface Processes 3 s.h.
ENVS:3100 Introduction to Applied Remote Sensing 4 s.h.
GEOG:1050 Foundations of GIS 3 s.h.
GEOG:3500 Introduction to Environmental Remote Sensing 3 s.h.


Environmental Sciences Tracks

Students must complete 8 s.h. of course work in one of the four tracks, including one Track Foundation course (3-4 s.h.) and one Track Field course (2-4 s.h.)