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A.S. - Environmental Studies

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Program Description

Environmental Studies prepares students for transfer into a Bachelor of Science degree program in either Environmental Studies or Environmental Science.

The program provides:

■ The ability to deal with complex environmental problems that affect society.

■ An understanding of the current environmental protection regulations.

■ An understanding of how to perform environmental observations and tests, analyze air, land, water resources and waste management.

■ The aptitude to apply the principles of limits, recycling and reuse, sustainable yield, and resource diversity to real-life situations.

■ The capability to apply the laws of conservation of matter and energy to environmental issues.

■ An understanding of how different cultures cope with the environmental consequences of human action.

Program Requirements

CODE AREA OF STUDY CR.
COLL COLLEGE FOUNDATIONS (4 cr.)
COLL101 FOUNDATIONS FOR SUCCESS 3.00
COLL209 CAPSTONE FOR ENCIRONMENTAL STUDIES 1.00
GER COMMUNICATION (6 cr.)
ENGL101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3.00
ENGL102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3.00
GER HUMANITIES* [+] (3 cr.)
GER MATH* [+] and SCIENCE* [+] ELECTIVES (12/14 cr.)
  Choose BIOS122 & one math sequence below:

MATH110 & MATH108 & a General Education Elective (see link for choices)
or
MATH112 & MATH113 & a General Education Elective (see link for choices)
or
MATH113 & MATH114

http://sussex.edu/academics/courses/generaled
 
MATH108 STATISTICS 3.00
MATH110 PRE-CALCULUS I 3.00
MATH112 PRE-CALCULUS II 3.00
MATH113 CALCULUS I 4.00
MATH114 CALCULUS II 4.00
GER TECHNOLOGY (3 cr.)
COMS110 COMPUTER CONCEPTS & APPLICATIONS 3.00
GER SOCIAL SCIENCE* [+] (6 cr.)
REQ REQUIRED COURSES (24 cr.)
  Student must take BIOS110, BIOS112, BIOS124, GEOL101 and one of the sequences below:

CHEM110 & CHEM112
or
PHYS110 & PHYS112
 
BIOS110 BIOLOGY I 4.00
BIOS112 BIOLOGY II 4.00
BIOS124 ECOLOGY 4.00
CHEM110 COLLEGE CHEMISTRY I 4.00
CHEM112 COLLEGE CHEMISTRY II 4.00
GEOL101 PHYSICAL GEOLOGY 4.00
PHYS110 PHYSICS I 4.00
PHYS112 PHYSICS II 4.00
ELECT ELECTIVES (6/8 cr.)
  Electives should be chosen according to the student’s career interest and expectations of the transfer institution.

Choose from the courses listed below.
 
BIOS130 INTRODUCTION TO BOTANY 4.00
BIOS210 MICROBIOLOGY 4.00
BIOS250 SPECIAL TOPICS IN BIOLOGY 0.00
CHEM100 INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY 4.00
CHEM107 FORENSIC SCIENCE 4.00
CHEM110 COLLEGE CHEMISTRY I 4.00
CHEM112 COLLEGE CHEMISTRY II 4.00
CHEM210 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I 5.00
CHEM212 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II 5.00
CHEM215 BIOCHEMISTRY 4.00
CHEM250 SPECIAL TOPICS IN CHEMISTRY 0.00
GEOL110 HISTORICAL GEOLOGY 4.00
MATH113 CALCULUS I 4.00
MATH114 CALCULUS II 4.00
MATH201 DISCRETE MATHEMATICS 4.00
MATH205 BUSINESS CALCULUS 3.00
MATH213 CALCULUS III 4.00
MATH215 LINEAR ALGEBRA 4.00
MATH220 ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS WITH APPLICATIONS 4.00
MATH250 SPECIAL TOPICS IN MATHEMATICS 0.00
PHYS110 PHYSICS I 4.00
PHYS112 PHYSICS II 4.00
PHYS120 PHYSICS I WITH CALCULUS 4.00
PHYS121 PHYSICS II WITH CALCULUS 4.00
PHYS205 MODERN PHYSICS 4.00
PHYS210/ENGR210 MECHANICS 4.00
  Total Degree Credits:   64/68
       

*Choose from the list of approved General Education courses in the College catalog.
Click the [+] to expand a list of courses for each area.

For additional information, contact: Peter Schoch
973-300-2342
pschoch@sussex.edu
Effective Date: July 1, 2014
Previous Versions A.S. - Environmental Studies (2011)
A.S. - Environmental Studies (2012)
A.S. - Environmental Studies (2013)
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