major

MAJORS

Environmental Sciences

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES

BS: ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS (See UMW Catalog; 32 credits)
Advising Protocol: BIOB 160, GEO 101, 103 or 107, Stat 121

CORE:
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE (56)
CHMY 141 College Chemistry I (4)
CHMY 143 College Chemistry II (4)
ENSC 269 Map, Compass and GPS (2)
ENSC 384 Geographic Information Systems (2)
ENSC 429 Environmental Field Studies (4)
ENSC 2xx Environmental Research and Writing (4)
ENSC 3xx Carbon Cycle and Climate Impacts (4)
ENST 384 Environmental Policy (4)
GEO 378 Surficial Processes (4)
GEO 421 Hydrology (4)
M 161 Survey of Calculus (4)
PHYX 220 Physics I (4)
PHYX 222 Physics II (4)
STAT 217/33 Intermediate Statistical Concepts or Biostatistics (4)
ENSC 498/99 Internship or Senior Thesis (3)
ENSC 494P Internship/Thesis Presentation (1)

 

OPTIONS (Choose at least one of the following):

GEOLOGY (24)
GEO 230 Geology of the American West (4)
GEO 226 Rocks, Minerals and Resources (4)
GEO 309 Sedimentation and Stratigraphy (4)
GEO 315 Structural Geology (4)
GEO 431 Environmental Geochemistry (4)

One of the following:
ENSC 348 Soil Science (4)
ENST 275 Environmental Interpretation I (4)
NRSM 441 Sustainable Natural Resource Management (4)

SUSTAINABLE NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (24)
ENSC 180 Applied Sustainable Landscape Horticulture (4)
ENSC 348 Soil Science (4)
ENST 120 Introduction to Ethnobotany (4)
NRSM 441 Sustainable Natural Resource Management (4)

Two of the following:
BIOO 220 General Botany (4)
BIOO 435 Plant Systematics (4)
GEO 309 Sedimentation and Stratigraphy (4)
GEO 315 Structural Geology (4)
GEO 431 Environmental Geochemistry (4)

WETLANDS MANAGEMENT (24)
BIOO 220 General Botany (4)
BIOE 425 Wetlands Ecology (4)
ENSC 348 Soil Science (4)
GEO 309 Sedimentation and Stratigraphy (4)
GEO 431 Environmental Geochemistry (4)

One of the following:
BIOO 435 Plant Systematics (4)
ENSC 180 Applied Sustainable Landscape Horticulture (4)
ENST 275 Environmental Interpretation I (4)

Free Electives (12)

Choice of one of the following: Soil Science, Environmental Interpretation, or Sustainable Natural Resource Management