2023-24 University Catalog 
    
    Jun 13, 2024  
2023-24 University Catalog

Environmental Sciences, option in Water and Wetland Resources BS


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Degree Requirements

Students must meet the general education requirements, as stated elsewhere in this catalog, and complete the courses listed in the curriculum to obtain a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences. Students are encouraged to develop a track emphasis area based on their own interests.

Students are required to pass each science course with a grade of “C” or better. This requirement is based on the quantitative skills needed in later courses as well as the degree of integration in subject material that is present throughout the program.

The Environmental Sciences Curriculum

Students within the Environmental Sciences program put their knowledge into practice in the best place possible—the great outdoors.  This map shows required courses for the degree and recommended terms to take each course (the term sequence is subject to change depending on transfer courses, AP/IB/CLEP credit, and course availability).

Curriculum


Required courses and recommended terms during which they should be taken:

Freshman Year


Sophomore Year


Junior Year


Fall


Winter


Spring


  • Water Option Course
  • Water Option Course
  • Water Option Course
  • Upper Division WRI Elective

Senior Year


Fall


Winter


Spring


Total for a B.S. in Environmental Science, option in Water and Wetland Resources: 180 Credit Hours


Water Option Required Courses


Water Option Technical Electives


Complete 25 credit hours from this list of options

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