The plan in Environmental Science leads to the Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree. This plan seeks, through an interdisciplinary approach, to prepare students for opportunities in the private sector and in governmental agencies where environmental issues are being addressed. Graduates of the plan will also be prepared to pursue further academic training in Environmental Science.
Students must specialize in one of the following areas:
Specialization requirements and approved upper-level electives must total 52 hours and must be completed with a grade of C- or better. Specialization electives are junior/senior level or related classes and must be selected from the list of approved electives for each specialization. Other electives may be selected in consultation with a faculty mentor and shall be completed with grades of C- or better.
In all cases, prerequisites for each course must be satisfied. A maximum of six hours of Environmental Management (ENVR) courses may be included.