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Environmental Sciences Major Requirements

ACADEMICS / Undergraduate Programs / Environmental Sciences / Environmental Sciences Major Requirements
  • Major Course Requirements (13 courses)

    Math and Science required (8 courses, 3 of which count towards the core)

    • General Biology I and II
    • Chemistry I and II
    • Physics I and II
    • Calculus I
    • Probability and Statistics or upper level math course

    Environmental Sciences Required Courses (4 courses)

    • Ecology
    • Geology
    • Environmental Microbiology
    • Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology

    Environmental Engineering Required Courses (2 courses)

    • Hydrology or Water Management
    • Energy and Environment

    Environmental Science Electives (2 courses chosen from the following)

    • Waste Management
    • Environmental Hydraulics
    • Natural Disasters
    • Oceanic and Atmospheric Science
    • Global Climate Change
    • Other course approved by Environmental Science faculty adviser
    • Senior Undergraduate Research (equivalent to 1 or 2 course)

    Notes:

    • It is recommended that students take ‘Environmental Challenges in Asia’ as a core

      course (regional challenge course) as part of the core curriculum.

    • Students who want to pursue a graduate program in Natural Resource Management

      or other related program can take ‘Introduction to Environmental Science’, ‘Water

      Management’ or other related course as electives approved by Environmental

      Science faculty adviser.

    • Students who want to pursue Environmental Protection and Conservation or related

      program can take ‘Development Studies’, ‘Environmental Economics’, ‘Sociology’ or

      other related course as electives approved by Environmental Science faculty adviser.

    • Students who want to pursue Environmental Engineering are advised to take

      Calculus II, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations and/or Numerical Methods and

      Computer Programming as electives.


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