Majors

Bachelor of Science – Environmental Science

Required courses:

  • CHEM 1202 - General Chemistry - Introduction to Quantitative Chemistry
  • CHEM 2157 - Industrial Organic Chemistry
  • ECOL 1111 - Terrestrial Ecology
  • ECOL 2219 - Aquatic Ecology
  • ECOL 2201 - Plant Survey and Classification
  • ECON 1101 - Principles of Microeconomics
    (General Education Requirement, Cluster 3, Tier 2)
  • ENVS 1105 - Data Processing and Statistics
  • ENVS 1111 - Professional Development: Health and Safety for the Environment Industry
  • ENVS 2215 - Applied Instrumentation
  • ENVS 2221 - Water Pollution and Surface Water Analysis
  • ENVS 3305 - Soil Hydrology
  • ENVS 3307 - Air Pollution Monitoring
  • ENVS 3323 - Watershed Management
  • ENVS 3333 - Ground Water Contamination
  • ENVS 3335 - Issues in Environmental Assessment
  • ENVS 4201 - Environmental Research Methods
  • ENVS 4405 - Air Quality
  • ENVS 4406 - Soil Genesis and Land Use
  • ENVS 4419 - Regulatory Management
  • ENVS 4431 - Management of Residuals
  • ENVS 4441 - Site System Remediation and Design
  • GEOG 2553 - Geographic Information Systems
    (General Education Requirement, Cluster 1, Tier 3)
  • GEOL 1101 - Physical Geology
  • MATH 1185 - Calculus with Applications or MATH 1200 - Calculus for Scientists I
  • MATH 1203 - Linear Algebra for Scientists and Engineers
  • MGMT 3269 - Project Management
  • General Education Requirement, Cluster 1, Foundation Level
  • General Education Requirement, Cluster 2, Foundation Level
  • General Education Requirement, Cluster 3, Foundation Level
  • General Education Requirement, Cluster 4, Foundation Level
  • General Education Requirement Cluster 1, Tier 2
  • General Education Requirement, Cluster 2, Tier 2
  • General Education Requirement, Cluster 4, Tier 2
  • Three General Education Requirement, Tier 3
  • Three Senior Elective
  • Work Placement I (Inter-session for eligible students)
  • Work Placement II (Inter-session for eligible students)