ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE and POLICY A.S.: 412E
Total Credits: 60
Catalog Editions 07-08 through 09-10
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GENERAL EDUCATION FOUNDATION & DISTRIBUTION COURSES
FOUNDATION COURSES
COURSE
HRS
GRADE
English Foundation (EN102 or EN109)  
3
 
Math Foundation (MA160 or MA180 or MA181)  
4
 
Speech Foundation (SP108, 112, or 212)  
3
 
Health Foundation (Any HE course)  
1(3)
 
 
DISTRIBUTION COURSES
COURSE
HRS
GRADE
Arts Distribution (ARTD)  
3
 
LITERATURE COURSE WITH EN DESIGNATOR
EN
3
 
Behavioral / Social Science Distribution (BSSD) *  
3
 
Behavioral / Social Science Distribution (BSSD) *  
3
 
Humanities Distribution (HUMD)  
3
 
Natural Sciences Lab Distribution (NSLD)
CH101
4
 
Natural Sciences Non-Lab (NSND) or
Natural Sciences Lab Science Distribution
(NSLD)
BI107 or BI108
4
 
         
CURRICULUM REQUIREMENTS (26 CREDITS)
COURSE
HRS
GRADE
(if needed for EN 102 or EN109)
EN101
(3)
 
TRACK ELECTIVES
     
(SELECT AT LEAST 26 CREDIT HOURS FROM THE      
FOLLOWING COURSES: BA210, BI105A, BI105B, BI107,
     
BI108, BI203, BI207, BI208, BI209, CH102, CH120,
     
CH203, CH204, EC201, EC202, EN101, GE101, GE102,
     
GE104 GL101, MA160 or MA181, MA182, PH161 or
     
PH203, PH204 or PH262, PS101, PS102, PS201, PS203)
     
       
       
  Note: Overall GPA of 2.0 is required
Multicultural Course:
  Total Credits:  
* Recommended courses are EC 202, GE 101, or one of the following: PS 101, PS 102, or PS 201.

 
Check with your transfer institution.  
Students interested in environmental science should select natural science, physical science, and mathematics courses required by the four-year program chosen. Students interested in environmental policy should select social science courses. Students are strongly advised to consult with transfer institutions to identify specific course requirements for each program or specialization. Select from the following courses listed above.
Last modified: July 2009
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