The interdisciplinary minor in environmental sciences is designed for students majoring in biology, biochemistry, chemistry or physics. The environmental sciences minor teaches students scientific skills for practical use in this field of investigation.
Select other ENVL courses to make a total of 20 credits
The required courses have the following prerequisites:
Prerequisites for Ecology and Environmental Toxicology: BIOL 1201 , BIOL 1202 and BIOL 2211
Prerequisites for Environmental Chemistry, Environmental Toxicology, and Environmental Physics: CHEM 1123 General Chemistry I/CHEM 1125 General Chemistry Lab I-CHEM 1124 General Chemistry II/CHEM 1126 General Chemistry II Lab and CHEM 2313 Organic Chemistry I-CHEM 2314 Organic Chemistry II
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