2017-2018 Catalog 
    Mar 20, 2018  
2017-2018 Catalog

Environmental Science, Field Technology, BS (ENVR-ENVF)

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BS: Environmental Science Degree Plan (ENVR)

The purpose of this degree is to fulfill the educational needs of students who are preparing for careers in natural resource management. As the national consciousness of the finite nature of natural resources has increased, the extraction industries, agriculture and manufacturers in general have been required to change the way they handle natural resources. Interactions between companies that consume natural resources and regulations governing the conservation of these resources have led to the creation of new disciplines and new career opportunities. Graduate schools in colleges of agriculture as well as in colleges of arts and sciences offer degrees and graduate assistantships in a multitude of environmental areas. The emergence of new jobs in natural resource management indicates the opportunities for graduates in environmental science.

University Requirements

Please see the University Requirements  section of this catalog.

Major Requirements

Total: 12 Credit Hours

Environmental Science Core

Total: 24 Credit Hours

Track Total: 26 Credit Hours

Supplement for Major

Social Science


Science Core

Total Supplement Hours: 5


Minimum - 5 Credit Hours

Total Major Hours: 72

Other Graduation Requirements

Minimum GPA for graduation: 2.00
Minimum advanced hours: 33
Minimum total hours: 128

Courses numbered 0** do not count in minimum hours required for degree.

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