Environmental Studies Courses
|BIOL 114||Biological Principles: Environmental Science||Prof. Kelly Wolfe-Bellin|
|BIOL 163||Intro to Biological Diversity||Prof. Kelly Wofe-Bellin|
|BIOL 233||Freshwater Ecology||Prof. William Sobczak|
|BIOL 235||Marine Biology||Prof. Justin McAlister|
|BIOL 280||General Ecology||Prof. Robert Bertin|
|CHEM 181 (01)||Atoms & Molecules||Prof. Richard Herrick|
|CHEM 181 (02 & 03)||Atoms & Molecules||Prof. Suzanne Kulevich|
|CHEM 181 (04)||Atoms & Molecules||Prof. Elizabeth Campbell Landis|
|CHEM 181 (05)||Atoms & Molecules||Prof. Joshua Farrell|
|ENVS 200||Seminar: Environmental Law||Prof. Francis Veale|
|GEOS 150||Introduction to Geology||
Prof. Sara Mitchell
|GEOS 299 (01)||Paleoclimatology||Prof. Sara Mitchell|
|HIST 230||Environmental History||Prof. Theresa McBride|
|MATH 220 (01 & 02)||Statistics||Prof. Shannon Stock|
|PHIL 247||Environmental Ethics||Prof. Kendy Hess|
|RELS 260||Comparative Mysticism & Human Ecolology||Prof. Gary DeAngelis|
|RELS 353||Theology & Ecology||Prof. Alice Laffey|
The final authority on College and departmental policy, including faculty and course information, is the Course Catalog. Please consult the Catalog for more information.
Important Advising Information/Course Selection Information
Students contemplating the ENVS Major should be advised to take either: BIOL 114 Biological Principles: Environmental Biology, or BIOL 117 Environmental Science during their 1st year (and no later than Fall of 2nd year).
Students contemplating the ENVS Minor should be advised to take either of the above courses or BIOL 114 Biological section: Oceans and People during their 1st year (no later than the Fall of 2nd year).