Environmental Science students explore relationships between traditional sciences (biology, chemistry, physics and geology) and human impact on natural systems. Complex issues such as climate change, waste management, resource availability, biodiversity and pollution persist in society, and there is an increasing demand for engineers and managers with a strong foundation in the sciences and well-developed communication skills.
Environmental Science majors gain these communication skills, as well as abilities in research and monitoring techniques and insights into research and data interpretation.
34 semester hours including:
- ENS 101 - Introduction to Environmental Science
- ENS 300 - Issues in Environmental Science
- ENS 324 - Senior Capstone
- ENS 334 - Senior Capstone
- BIO 205 - Biostatistics
- CHM 205 - Environmental Chemistry
- GEO 250 - Geographical Information Systems
- GEO 308 - Surface Water Systems
- GEO 350 - Soils and Groundwater
27 semester hours including: