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2016-17 University Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Environmental Studies, B.A.


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NY State Program Code: 19055
HEGIS Code: 0420.00
CIP Code: 03.0103

(61 credits)

Required GPA: 2.0
Credits Required for Major: 61
Credits Required to Graduate: 120

 

General Education Requirements


All students must satisfy the University’s General Education and foreign language requirements , in addition to the requirements for the major.

Areas of Concentration Electives (24 credits total)


Select a minimum of 12 credits from each area (for a total of 24 credits) in consultation with an adviser:

Environment: The Physical and Living World (12 credits)


Semester Sequence


Degree: B.A.
Required GPA: 2.0
Credits Required for Major: 61
Credits Required to Graduate: 120

 
Requirements
Course Credits Freshmen Sophomore Junior Senior
    Fall Spring Fall Spring Fall Spring Fall Spring
ENV (0125) 101 Social Science & Environmental Problems 3              
ENV (0125) 102 Natural Science & Environmental Problems 3   or ✓          
Related Sciences Courses (see list below) 12 or ✓ or ✓ or ✓ or ✓    
Integrative Courses (see list below) 12   or ✓ or ✓ or ✓ or ✓    
CHE (0106) 581 Chemical Safety in Laboratory and Studio (or equivalent) 1         or ✓ or ✓ or ✓
ENV (0125) 410 Senior Seminar/Capstone, or
ENV (0125) EAS (0112) 415 Field Research in Tropical Marine and Terrestrial Systems
3              
MTH (0144) 113 Survey of Statistics, or MTH (0144) 114 Statistics for Natural Sciences, or PIA (0501) 137 Psychological Statistics 3 or ✓ or ✓ or ✓ or ✓
Area of Concentration Electives (see list below) 24        
Level I-IV Language** 0-12 or ✓ or ✓ or ✓ or ✓
*STEP students should consult with an Earth Sciences adviser, taking 30 credits in earth science subject matters, 8 credits of which must be 0112-102 and 0112-103. STEP students must only take 0112 courses and not 0125 for NYS certification.
**Students may elect to sit for the language competency examination to be exempt from the foreign language requirement.

 

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