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 16 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.


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.)