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Environmental Science — 4-year 2020/2021

3. Environmental Science

Environmental Science:

42–60 credits required, to include:

  1. BES 107 (Introduction to Cell Biology) and BES 108 (Organisms in Their Environment)
  2. ENSC204 (Environmental Science: Problems and Solutions) and ENSC208 (Principles of Ecology)
  3. ENSC227 (Science Communication)
  4. ENSC318 (Field Ecology in Alberta) or ENSC319 (Field Course in Marine, Freshwater and Terrestrial Ecosystems)
  5. ENSC475 (Senior Seminar in Environmental Science) and ENSC485 (Advanced Research Methods)
  6. 18–36 credits of unspecified senior-level ENSC courses, of which at least 12 credits must be at the 300- or 400-level.

In addition to the above, students must complete:

  1. MAT 151 (Introduction to Statistical Methods)
  2. 6 credits of unspecified CH courses
  3. 6 credits of courses offered by the Departments of Social Sciences or Psychology (CNST, ECO, HIS, INDG, POEC, PSCI, PSY, SOC).
  4. 3 credits of ENG courses.
  5. 3 additional credits of courses offered by the Departments of Literature and Languages, Religious Studies and Philosophy, or Fine Arts (ARAB, ARTH, CHIN, CLAS, CLIT, CREE, DRA, ENG, FR, GERM, GRK, HEBR, LAT, MUS, MUP, MUED264 (Handbells and Handchimes for Children and Youth), PHIL, POPC, REL, SPA, WRI).

Permissible minors: All minors listed in section 10.6 other than Environmental Science and Forensic Studies.

 
ECO 101 (Introduction to Microeconomics), ECO 369 (Economics of the Environment), and MAT 103 (Mathematical Methods for the Life Sciences) are recommended.

 
Emphasis in Environmental Assessment and Remediation:

54–60 credits required, to include:

  1. BES 107 (Introduction to Cell Biology) and BES 108 (Organisms in Their Environment)
  2. ENSC204 (Environmental Science: Problems and Solutions) and ENSC208 (Principles of Ecology)
  3. ENSC227 (Science Communication)
  4. ENSC318 (Field Ecology in Alberta) or ENSC319 (Field Course in Marine, Freshwater and Terrestrial Ecosystems)
  5. 6 credits chosen from
  6. 6 credits chosen from
  7. 6 credits chosen from
  8. ENSC430 (Environmental Remediation)
  9. ENSC475 (Senior Seminar in Environmental Science) and ENSC485 (Advanced Research Methods)
  10. ENSC493 (Independent Research I) and ENSC495 (Independent Research II)
  11. 3–9 credits of unspecified 300- or 400-level ENSC courses.

In addition to the above, students must complete:

  1. CH 101 (Introductory University Chemistry I) and CH 102 (Introductory University Chemistry II)
  2. CH 211 (Quantitative Analytical Chemistry I) and CH 261 (Basic Organic Chemistry I)
  3. MAT 151 (Introduction to Statistical Methods) and 3 credits of unspecified MAT courses.
  4. 6 credits of courses offered by the Departments of Social Sciences or Psychology (CNST, ECO, HIS, INDG, POEC, PSCI, PSY, SOC).
  5. 3 credits of ENG courses.
  6. 3 additional credits of courses offered by the Departments of Literature and Languages, Religious Studies and Philosophy, or Fine Arts (ARAB, ARTH, CHIN, CLAS, CLIT, CREE, DRA, ENG, FR, GERM, GRK, HEBR, LAT, MUS, MUP, MUED264 (Handbells and Handchimes for Children and Youth), PHIL, POPC, REL, SPA, WRI).

Permissible minors: All minors listed in section 10.6 other than Environmental Science and Forensic Studies.

 

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