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Environmental Studies

The environmental studies minor is intended to complement a major in any subject to increase awareness of environmental problems and possible solutions.


Course Requirements

Required Courses: 10-11 Credits 

ENVL 1011 Introduction to Environmental Studies (3 credits)
ENVL 2122/BIOL 2122 Introduction to Ecology (4 credits)

One of the following, as a prerequisite to ENVL 2122/ BIOL 2122: 

BIOL 1101 Introduction to Biology * (3 credits)
BIOL 1104 Biology and the World Around Us (4 credits)
CHEM 1001 Chemistry and the World Around Us** (3 credits)

  * BIOL 1201 or BIOL 1202 may be substituted for BIOL 1101 or BIOL 1104.
**CHEM 1123-1124 or CHEM 1107- 1108 may be substituted for CHEM 1001-1005. 

Elective Courses: 9 Credits
Choose from any ENVL courses.

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Edward Tall
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Gregory R Wiedman
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