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                               Environmental Science Department | College of Arts and Sciences

  BS         Environmental Science                                                                       UCAS         ENSC-BS
 76-81 credits                                                                                           Catalog   Effective Spring 2008
                                                                                                         2010-11       LJM 5/6/2010
Hours req.                                    Requirement Description                           Course
    A.       ENVS Common Requirements (24 credit hours)                                        Course    Grade      Semester/Year
    3        ANTH 104: The Human Ecological Footprint                                         ANTH 104
    3        STAT 103: Fundamentals of Statistics                                             STAT 103
    3        ECON 201: Principles of Microeconomics                                           ECON 201
    3        ECON 328: Environmental Economics                                                ECON 328
    3        THEO 184: Moral Problems: Ecology -or- PHIL 187: Enviro Ethics
    3        Choose one: HIST 292 -or- SOCL 272 -or- PLSC 392/ESP 235
    3        ENVS 283: Environmental Sustainability                                           ENVS 283
    3        ENVS 390: Integrative Environmental Seminar                                      ENVS 390

   B.        Basic Science Requirements (41 credit hours)                                      Course    Grade      Semester/Year
   3         ENVS 273: Energy & Enviro -or-ENVS 214: Weather/Climatology
   3         BIOL 101: General Biology I                                                      BIOL 101
   1         BIOL 111: General Biology I Lab                                                  BIOL 111
   3         BIOL 102: General Biology II                                                     BIOL 102
   1         BIOL 112: General Biology II Lab                                                 BIOL 112
   3         CHEM 101: General Chemistry I (lecture/discussion)                               CHEM 101
   1         CHEM 111: General Chemistry I Lab                                                CHEM 111
   3         CHEM 102: General Chemistry II (lecture/discussion)                              CHEM 102
   1         CHEM 112: General Chemistry II Lab                                               CHEM 112
   3         PHYS 111: College Physics I (lecture/discussion)                                 PHYS 111
   3         PHYS 112: College Physics II (lecture/discussion)                                PHYS 112
   3         MATH 131: Elements of Calculus I                                                 MATH 131
   3         MATH 132: Elements of Calculus II                                                MATH 132
   3         BIOL 265: Ecology                                                                BIOL 265
   3         BIOL 282: Genetics                                                               BIOL 282
   3         CHEM 312: Environmental Chemistry                                                CHEM 312
   1         CHEM 313: Environmental Chemistry Lab                                            CHEM 313

   C.        ENVS Electives, Select 4 (at least two from List A)                               Course    Grade      Semester/Year




             LIST A: ANTH 320; BIOL 205, 215, 266, 316, 319, 320, 327, 328,
             345, 355, 360, 363, 368, 370, 371, 372, 375, 393, 395^, 396^, 397^, 398^, 470;
             CHEM 215, 221 or 223/225, 222 or 224/226; ENVS 398; MATH/BIOL 335.
             LIST B: ANTH 303, 360, 361, 362; BIET 297^/SOCL 126;
             CMUN 230, 329, 337; ENVS 395, 398; HIST 292*, 300^, 301^; MARK 341;
             ENVS 207, 213, 214*, 281, 282; PHIL 187*, 389^; PLSC 354, 392; SOCL 272*;
             THEO 184*, 344; GB 400#, 460#.
^ Selected topics only
* Course can serve as elective if not taken to fillother requirements of the major.
# For 5-year BS/MBA students in lieu of electives.




IP           Prior to Fall '05
A            FALL 2005
A-           SPRING 2006
B+           SUMMER 2006
B            FALL 2006
B-           SPRING 2007
C+           SUMMER 2007
C            FALL 2007
C-           SPRING 2008
T            SUMMER 2008
AP           FALL 2008
IB           SPRING 2009
Met          SUMMER 2009
             FALL 2009
             SPRING 2010
             SUMMER 2010
             FALL 2010
             SPRING 2011
             SUMMER 2011
             FALL 2011
             SPRING 2012
             SUMMER 2012
             FALL 2012
             SPRING 2013
             SUMMER 2013
             FALL 2013
             SPRING 2014
             SUMMER 2014
             FALL 2014
             SPRING 2015
             SUMMER 2015
             FALL 2015
             SPRING 2016
             SUMMER 2016
ESP Electives: List A (at least 2 required)
(4) BIOL 205 (Plant Biology)
(3) BIOL 215 (Ornithology)
(2) BIOL 266 (Ecology Lab.)
(4) BIOL 316 (Limnology)
(3) BIOL 319 (Evolution)
(3) BIOL 320 (Animal Behavior)
(3) ANTH 320 (Primatology)
(4) BIOL 327 (Wetland Ecol.)
(3) BIOL 328 (Conservation Biology)
(4) MATH 335 (Biostatistics)
(3) BIOL 345 (Sociobiology)
(4) BIOL 355 (Parasitology)
(3) BIOL 360 (Field Biology)
(4) BIOL 363 (Entomology)
(4) BIOL 368 (Plant Ecology)
(4) BIOL 370 (Ichthyology)
(4) BIOL 371 (Marine Biology)
(4) BIOL 372 (Lake Michigan Biology)
(4) BIOL 375 (Aquatic Insects)
(3) BIOL 393 (Natural Resources Conservation)
(3) BIOL 395 (Global Change Biology)
(4) BIOL 395 (Invertebrate Biology)
(4) BIOL 395 (Stream Ecology)
(4) BIOL 395 (Adv. Methods in Stream Ecology)
(3) BIOL 396 (Research in Ecology)
(3) BIOL 397 (Honors Research in Ecology)
(3) BIOL 398 (Internship in Ecology)
(3) ESP 398 (Independent Environmental Research)
(3) BIOL 470 (Biostatistics & Experimental Design)
(3) CHEM 215 (Elementary Quantitative Analysis)
(3/1) CHEM 223/225 (Organic Chemistry A w/ Lab)
(3/1) CHEM 224/226 (Organic Chemistry B w/ Lab)
(3) UNIV 350 (Solutions to Environmental Problems)

ESP Electives: List B
(3) NTSC 107 (Plants & Civilization)
(3) NTSC 113 (Earth, The Changing Planet)
(3) NTSC 114* (Weather & Climatology)
(3) PHIL 187*
(3) THEO 184*
(3) CMUN 230 (Argument & Advocacy)
(3) SOCL 272*
(3) NTSC 281 (Human Impact on the Environment)
(3) NTSC 282 (The Human Environment)
(3) BIET 297/SOCL 126 (Science, Technology & Society)
(3) HIST 292*
(3) HIST 300 (Topics: Urban Environment)
(3) HIST 301 (Disease & Health in History)
(3) CMUN 329 (Environmental Advocacy)
(3) CMUN 337 (Rhetoric of Change)
(3) MARK 341 (Global Marketing)
(3) THEO 344 (Theology & Ecology)
(3) ANTH 303 (People & Conservation)
(3) ANTH 360 (Issues in Archeology: Environmental Archeology)
(3) ANTH 361 (Cultural Ecology)
(3) ANTH 362 (Issues in Biol. Anthropology: Evolution of Disease)
(3) PHIL 389 (Contemporary Issues: Technology & Ecology)
(3) PLSC 354 (Global Environmental Politics)
(3) PLSC 392/ESP 235*
(3) ESP 395 (Environmental Internship)
(3) ESP 398 (Special Topics)
(3) GB 400++ (Accounting)
(3) GB 460++ (Marketing)
* course can serve as elective if not taken to fill other requirements of the major.
++for 5-year B.Sc./MBA students in lieu of electives

								
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