The major requires 41 hours, of which 29 hours are upper-level. Courses must be selected from the groupings listed below. Students are encouraged to carefully select applicable electives in the groups shown below to complement their minor and avoid course overlap between their major and minor. *MATH 1306 Elementary Statistics, MSCI 2311 Scientific Computing, and MSCI 3101 Faith and Science Seminar are required courses for all math and science majors. MATH 1306 and MSCI 2311 can each be used to fulﬁll three hours of general education and degree core requirements in math and computer literacy, respectively. CHEM 1401 and CHEM 1402 may be used to fulﬁll eight hours of the physical science and science elective requirements in the general education core of the B.S. degree
Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science Possible Sequence of Courses - The following is ONE of many four-year schedules that a student could follow to receive a B.S. degree in environmental science in four years. Once lower-level pre-requisite courses are completed, the actual sequence of upper division electives may vary depending on individual course rotations and other scheduling constraints. Students are strongly encouraged to schedule courses in consultation with their assigned academic advisor. Note that if the student chooses a minor outside of the sciences, additional elective courses may be needed to complete the 124 hours required for the B.S. degree. Care must be taken to ensure that 42 upper division hours are completed, regardless of the minor chosen.