Environmental Science: Geography BS, Four-Year Plan

Atmospheric & Environmental Sciences Department, College of Arts and Sciences

Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies with a faculty-initiated concentration in Environmental Science Geography

Year One

Year One: Fall
  • AMAT 112 or 118 (MATH)
  • ACHM 115 or TCHM 130
  • ABIO 130 (DP-NATSCI)
  • U.S. History (CH-USHIS1): Regents < 85 or U.S. History (CH-USHIS2): Regents 85 +
Year One: Spring
  • ACHM 116
  • ABIO 131
  • AENV 105 and 106
  • Writing and Critical Inquiry (WCI)
  • Social Sciences (DP-SOCSCI)
Year One: Summer

Look for a summer job in the area of your studies

Year Two

Year Two: Fall
  • APHY 140 or TPHY 141
  • AGEO 221 or AENV 221
  • ABIO 201
  • AGOG 290 (or Year Three: Fall)
  • AATM 210
Year Two: Spring
  • ABIO 202
  • AGOG 220
  • AENV 315
  • Arts (DP-ARTS)
  • Foreign Language (LANG)
Year Two: Summer

Consider environmental science field work or internship

Year Three

Year Three: Fall
  • AENV 302
  • ABIO 330
  • Specialization Elective
  • Challenges for the 21st Century (CHALLENGES)
  • International Perspectives (INTLPER)
Year Three: Spring
  • AENV 327
  • Specialization Elective
  • Elective
  • Elective
  • Humanities (DP-HUM)
Year Three: Summer

Consider research opportunities

Students should receive a permission number from the Atmospheric & Environmental Sciences Department office in order to take ABIO 330.

Year Four

Year Four: Fall
  • AGOG 496
  • Specialization Elective
  • Elective
  • Professional Development or Elective
Year Four: Spring
  • AENV 490
  • Specialization Elective
  • Elective
  • Professional Development or Elective
Year Four: Summer

Congratulations, you've completed your degree!

Notes

Completion of the GIS Certificate recommended (AMAT 108, AGOG 290, 414, 484, 485, 496)

 

General Education Requirements, for students matriculating Fall 2014 and after

  • Mathematics and Statistics (MATH)
  • Writing and Critical Inquiry (WCI)
  • Arts (DP-ARTS)
  • Humanities (DP-HUM)
  • Natural Sciences (DP-NATSCI)
  • Social Sciences (DP-SOCSCI)
  • International Perspectives (INTLPER)
  • Foreign Language (LANG)
  • Challenges for the 21st Century (CHALLENGES)

 

Credit bearing Professional Development Options

  • Community Service (RSSW 290, 291 and 390)
  • Research within major
  • University Internship
  • Departmental Internship
  • U.S. History (CH-USHIS1): Regents < 85 or U.S. History (CH-USHIS2): Regents 85 +
  • Community Engaged Coursework
  • Study Abroad
  • Tutoring Opportunities

This is a suggested course sequence.