BIOL 3200 Sustainability in the Marine Environment (3 Credits)
CHEM 2215 Analytical Chemistry I (4 credits)
CHEM 2216 Analytical Chemistry II (4 credits)
PHYS 3511 Environmental Physics (3 credits)
Special topics courses as appropriate may be substituted by permission. Choose other ENVL courses to make a total of 20 credits.
*The required courses have the following pre-requisites:
- Prerequisite courses with labs for Ecology and Environmental Toxicology: BIOL 1211/1212 General Biology/Organism; BIOL 1222/1223 General Biology/ Cell; BIOL 2221/2222 Genetics;
- Prerequisite courses with labs for Environmental Chemistry, Environmental Toxicology, and Environmental Physics: CHEM 1123/1125-1124/1125 General Chemistry I-II and CHEM 2313-2314 Organic Chemistry I-II;
- Prerequisite courses with labs for Environmental Physics: PHYS 1701-1702 General Physics I-II, MATH 1401 Calculus I
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