The Minor in Environmental Sciences requires a minimum of 21 hours of which at least 12 credit hours must be unique to that minor. Students in this minor are exposed to the science that underlies and helps to solve our environmental issues.
Students electing to minor in environmental sciences must complete at least 21 hours of course work consisting of the following:
|EEES 2100||Fundamentals Of Geology||4|
|EEES 2020||Introduction to the Environment: Energy and Climate||3|
|EEES 2030||Introduction to the Environment Land-Use and Water||3|
|EEES 2500||Computer Applications In Environmental Sciences||1|
|Choose any 2000–4000-level EEES courses, in consultation with your advisor, to achieve 21, or more, total credit hours.||6|
A minimum GPA of 2.0 in the EEES course work is required, and the program must be approved in advance by the departmental ENSC minor advisor (Dr. Fisher).
NOTE: EEES 3050 (Fundamentals of Ecology) is a prerequisite course for several of the advanced EEES courses.