Academic Programs

Environmental Sciences, A.A.

 

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The study of the environment combines knowledge of biological, chemical and physical principles with the broad background of the liberal arts. Students will find a variety of fields in which to specialize at the B.A./B.S. level. At Minnesota West-Worthington campus, students should concentrate on completing the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC) and a broad science/math background.

Students interested in this degree should choose the Liberal Arts major on the application.


COURSE # COURSE TITLE CREDITS
Composition I 3
Principles of Biology 4
General Inorganic Chemistry I 4
General Inorganic Chemistry II 4
Issues in the Environment 3
Composition II 3
American Government & Politics or 3
State and Local Government or 3
Environmental Politics ** 3-9
Introduction to Speech 3
HUMANITIES 9
SOCIAL SCIENCES 6
College Algebra 3
Courses to fulfill remaining MnTC/A.A. degree*** 0-6
Introduction to Soil Science 3
Introduction to GPS/GIS 3
Electives 2
TOTAL CREDITS 60


Notes:

STSK 1110 Freshman Seminar (1) credit is required.

Fulfill a minimum of 4 credits from two of the three areas.  HLTH 1101, CSCI 1102, or any Physical Education course.

*Depends on preparation/placement
**Depends on program emphasis
***See Counselor/advisor


Updated: si 4/30/14