The environmental science degree program requires one concentration. Concentration options and the associated courses are shown below.
Biology
(all of the following)
BIOL2310 Microbiology
BIOL2500 Genetics and Evolution
BIOL4620 Molecular Biology
BIOL4760 Molecular Biochemistry I
CHEM2260 Organic Chemistry II
(one of the following)
BIOL4320 Geomicrobiology
BIOL4700 Freshwater Ecology Laboratory
BIOL4850 Principles of Ecology
Chemistry
(all of the following)
CHEM2030 Inorganic Chemistry I
CHEM2150 Equilibrium Chemistry and Quantitative Analysis
CHEM4450 Macroscopic Physical Chemistry
CHEM4810 Chemistry of the Environment
(one of the following)
CHEM2260 Organic Chemistry II
CHEM4460 Microscopic Physical Chemistry
(one of the following)
CHEM2950 Undergraduate Research (3 credits)
CHEM4xxx Chemistry Elective
CHEM4990 Senior Thesis
Computer Science
(all of the following)
CSCI1100 Computer Science I
CSCI1200 Computer Science II
CSCI2300 Data Structures and Algorithms
CSCI2400 Models of Computation
CSCI2500 Computer Organization
One course from the series CSCI4xxx
Scientific Computation
(all of the following)
MATH2010 Multivariable Calculus and Matrix Algebra
MATH2400 Introduction to Differential Equations
CSCI1100 Computer Science I
CSCI1200 Computer Science II
CSCI2300 Data Structures and Algorithms
CSCI4800 Numerical Computing
Geology
(Six of the following courses, four of which must be at the 4000 level)
ERTH2100 Introduction to Geophysics
ERTH2140 Introduction to Geochemistry
ERTH2330 Earth Materials
ERTH2610 Oceanography
ERTH2120 Structural Geology
ERTH4710 Groundwater Hydrology
ERTH4540 Organic Geochemistry
ERTH4070 Sedimentology
ERTH4190 Environmental Measurements
ERTH4690 Aqueous Geochemistry
ERTH4750 GIS
Mathematics
(both of the following)
MATH2010 Multivariable Calculus and Matrix Algebra
MATH2400 Introduction to Differential Equations
(one of the following)
MATH4200 Mathematical Analysis I
MATH4600 Advanced Calculus
(one of the following sequences)
MATH4700 Foundation of Applied Mathematics
MATP4700 Mathematical Methods of Operations
Research
(two of the following)
MATH4210 Mathematical Analysis II
MATH4300 Introduction to Complex Variables: Theory and Applications
MATH4400 Introduction to Dynamical Systems and Chaos
MATH4500 Methods of Partial Differential Equations of Mathematical Physics
MATH4800 Numerical Computing
MATH4820 Introduction to Numerical Computing for Differential Equations
MATP4600 Probability Theory and Applications
MATP4620 Mathematical Statistics
Physics
(all of the following)
MATH2400 Introduction to Differential Equations
PHYS1200 Physics II
PHYS2100 Introduction to Theoretical Physics
PHYS2330 Intermediate Mechanics I
PHYS2510 Quantum Physics I
PHYS4210 Electromagnetic Theory
