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Academic Programs

ESS: Suggested Course Sequence

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Freshman Year

Biology 111

4

Biology 112

4

Calculus 221/251

4

Calculus II 222/252

4

English 103

4

Fine Arts

4

African Diaspora III

4

African Diaspora 112

4

Freshman Orientation

0

Freshman Orientation

0

 

16

 

16

Sophomore Year

General Chem. 111&Lab

4

General Chem. 112&Lab

4

Computer Programming CIS 121

4

Statistics MATH 205/355

4

Foreign Language 201

4

Foreign Language 202

4

Social Science

4

Intro Env. Sc ES 211

4

Physical Education

1

Physical Education

1

Sophomore Assembly

0

Sophomore Assembly

0

 

17

 

17

Junior Year

ES Elective

4

Ecology ES 255

4

Physics I PHY 111/151

4

(or) Env. Bio/ES 314

4

Organic Chemistry CH231&Lab

5

Organic Chem. CH232&Lab

5

Humanities

4

Int’l/Women Studies

4

 

Physics II PHY 112/241

4

 

17

 

17

Senior Year

Env. Chem. ES/CH 451

4

ES Elective

4

ES Seminar ES 403

2

ES Elective

4

ES Research ES 435

3

Elective

4

Elective

4

Elective

4

Elective

4

 

 

 

17

 

16

ELECTIVES

(Students must select at least 12 credit hours from those listed below.)

BIO 314/ES 314 Environmental Biology (includes group projects)(4) BIO 233 Microbiology (4)
BIO 312 Genetics (4)
BIO 471 Cell and Molecular Biology (4)
CHEM 311 Biochemistry (4)
CHEM 301 Analytical Chemistry and Lab (4)
CIS/ES 437 Computer Simulation (4)
ES 384 Industrial Ecology (4)
ES 251 Soil and Atmospheric Science (laboratory module) (4)
MATH 353 Decision Sciences (4)
MATH 358 Mathematical Models (4)
MATH 455 Probability and Statistics (4)
MATH 470 Special Topic: Environmental Statistics Practicum (2)
*PSC 320 Environmental Policy and Politics (3)

FREE ELECTIVES

In order to graduate, students will have a free choice of at least one course with 4 credit hours.