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Coursework in Environmental Science and Policy will inform your life’s decisions so that you can live in an environmentally sustainable way.  Several courses offered by the Environmental Science and Policy program allow students to form an understanding of human impacts on the natural world while also satisfying degree requirements. There are many General Education Requirements (GERs) that are part of the Environmental Science and Policy major; here are some of these courses:

GER 1

  • MATH106 Elementary Probability and Statistics
  • ECON307 Principles and Methods of Statistics

GER 2A

  • GEOL101 The Dynamic Earth: Physical Geology
  • GEOL110 Earth's Environmental Systems: Physical Geography
  • CHEM101 Survey of Chemical Principles
  • CHEM103 General Chemistry1

GER 2B

  • BIOL105/ENSP249 People, Plants, Agriculture
  • BIOL204 Principles of Biology with Laboratory: Organisms, Ecology, Evolution

GER 4A

  • HIST226/ENSP249 The American West since 1890
  • ENSP 302 Philosophic History of American Environmentalism

GER 4B

  • HIST181 African History

GER 7

  • ENSP 210 Ethics of Stustainability
  • ENSP 211 Ethics of Globalization
  • ENSP 302 Philosophic History of American Environmentalism
  • ENSP 303 Issues in Environmental Ethics