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  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science
  • Course description
    BSc (20 credit) Environmental Science

    Departmental Requirements

    1. 1000 Level

                
    •     DISP (SCIE 1502, SCIE 1504 or SCIE 1510)
    •     ECON 1101 and ECON 1102*
    OR
                
    •     BIOL 1010.03 or BIOL 1020.03 (C- or better)
    •     BIOL 1011.03 or BIOL 1021.03 (C- or better)
    •     MATH 1000.03 or MATH 1215.03
    •     STAT 1060.03 or MATH 1010.03 or MATH 2030.03
    •     ECON 1101.03*
    •     ECON 1102.03*
    •     One credit in each of two first-year science subjects chosen from CHEM, PHYC, ERTH, ENVS

            Recommended:

            CHEM 1011.03 and CHEM 1012.03
            ERTH 1080.03 and ERTH 1090.03

    *Together, these ECON classes satisfy the degree requirement of one full credit in a Social Science.

    2. Common Core Classes
                
    •     STAT 2080.03 or STAT 2060.03
    •     BIOL 2060.03
    •     PHIL 2480.03**
    •     PHIL 2485.03**
    •     ENVS 2001.03
    •     ENVS 3001.03
    •     ENVS 3200.03
    •     ENVS 3501.03
    •     ENVS 3502.03
    •     BIOL 3060.03
    •     ENVS 4001.03

    **Together, these PHIL classes satisfy the degree requirement of one full credit in Language and Humanities.

    3. Area of Emphasis (AOE)- 4 Credits

    After completing the first year, students must choose an Area of Emphasis within the Faculty of Science. Students may choose from:
                
    •     Earth Sciences
    •     Environmental Economics
    •     Marine Biology
    •     Biology
    •     Ecology
    •     Chemistry and the Environment
    •     Statistics and the Environment
    •     Atmospheric Science
    •     Neuroscience
    •     Oceans and Global Change - First year and core class requirements differ from those listed above.

    4. Electives

    By presenting a wide range of topics inherent in the theme of human-environment relationships in the Common Core and Area of Emphasis classes, students will be encouraged to assess their own interests and learning goals. Through the selection of electives, students can prepare themselves for learning experiences and careers that will meet their individual needs.

    5. Specific departmental requirements for Area of Emphasis in Oceans and Global Change.
                
    a.     1000-level
    •     BIOL 1010.03 or BIOL 1020.03
    •     BIOL 1011.03 or BIOL 1021.03
    •     MATH 1000.03
    •     MATH 1010.03
    •     CHEM 1011.03
    •     CHEM 1012.03
    •     ERTH 1080.03
    •     ERTH 1090.03
    •     PHYC 1100XY.06 OR PHYC 1300XY.06
          
    b.     Core requirements
    •     OCEA 2000XY.06
    •     OCEA 2800.03
    •     STAT 2060.03
    •     STAT 2080.03
    •     ECON 2216.03*
    •     MATH 2300.03 OR MATH 2400.03
    •     PHIL 2480.03 **
    •     PHIL 2485.03 **
    •     ENVS 2001.03
    •     ENVS 3001.03
    •     ENVS 3501.03
    •     ENVS 3502.03
    •     ENVS 3200.03
    •     ENVS 4001.03
    •     ENVS 4901.03
    •     ENVS 4902.03
    *This class satisfies one half credit of the degree requirement of one full credit in a Social Science. One more half credit in Social Science must be taken as an elective.
    **Together, these philosophy classes satisfy the degree requirement of one full credit in Languages and Humanities
               
    c.     Area of Emphasis Requirements (4 credits)
    •     OCEA 3001.03
    •     OCEA 3002.03
    •     OCEA 3003.03
    •     OCEA 3004.03
    •     OCEA 4000.03
    •     OCEA 4335.03
    •     OCEA 4380.03
    •     PHYC 4520.03

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