SPRING 2022 SEMESTER

LIBERAL STUDIES

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES COURSEOPTIONS

 

REQUIRED ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES FOUNDATION COURSES

COURSE

PRE-REQ

CREDITS

BIOB 170IN, Principles of Biological Diversity

None

4

ERTH 101IN, Earth System Science

None

4

Substitutions for PHL 322: Environmental Ethics

HSTA 470, LS 301 - 801, NRSM 421, PHL 345

3 - 4

STAT 216Q, Introduction to Statistics

See course catalog

3

NATURAL SCIENCE COURSE OPTIONS

COURSE

PRE-REQ

CREDITS

BIOB 110CS, Intro. To Plant Biology

None

3

BIOB 160, Principles of Living Systems

CHMY 121 or CHMY 141

4

BIOE 103CS, Environmental Science and Society

None

3

BIOE 370, General Ecology

BIOB 170, M 121; STAT 216 recommended

3

BIOE 375, Ecological Responses to Climate Change

BIOB 160, BIOB 170, BIOE 370 or NRSM 240

3

BIOE 405, Behavioral & Evolutionary Ecology

BIOE 370

3

BIOE 428, Freshwater Ecology

BIOE 370

3

BIOE 445, Macrosystems Ecology

BIOE 370

3

BIOE 455, Plant Ecology

BIOE 370

3

BIOO 162CS, Insects & Human Society (Lab)

None

3

CHMY 102CS, Applying Chemistry to Society

None

3

CHMY 121, Intro to General Chemistry (Lab)

Math Level 3

4

CHMY 123, Intro to Organic & Biochem (Lab)

CHMY 121 or CHMY 143

4

CHMY 141, College Chemistry I (Lab)

C- or above in M 121Q

4

CHMY 143, College Chemistry II (Lab)

C- or above in CHMY 141

4

ENSC 260, Evolution for Environmental Scientists

BIOB 160

3

ENSC 272CS - 801, Water Resources

Online Only/Sophomore Standing

3

ENSC 460, Soil Remediation

LRES 201 or Consent of Instructor

3

ENSC 468, Ecosystem Biogeochem

BIOE 353

3

ERTH 450R, Snow Dynamics & Accumulation

STAT 216 + PHSX 205 or PHSX 220 + ERTH 101

4

ERTH 484, Quaternary Environment

ERTH 101IN (course capped at 7 students)

3

GEO 211, Earth History and Evolution

ERTH 101

3

GPHY 411, Biogeography

GPHY 121 or BIOB 170

3

GPHY 426, Remote Sensing

Junior Standing

3

NRSM 353, Grazing Ecology & Management

NRSM 101, 102, and 240

3

NRSM 455, Riparian Ecology & Management

ENSC 245 and NRSM 240 or ENSC 272 or ERTH 303

or BIOB 370

3

WILD 438, Wildlife Habitat Ecology

NRSM 240 or BIOE 370

3

 

PUBLIC POLICY COURSE OPTIONS

COURSE

PRE-REQ

CREDITS

AGBE 337, Agricultural Law

Jr. Standing

3

BIOB 305  Science Communication Ecology

Junior Standing

1

BIOB 424, Ethical Practice of Science

Junior Standing and at least one 300‐level series of any science course

3

BIOE 103CS, Environmental Science and Society

None

3

BMGT 469, Community Entrepren. & Nonprofit

Consent of Instructor

3

ECHM 205CS, Energy & Sustainability

None

3

ECNS 101, Economic Way of Thinking

None (onsite or online)

3

ECNS 317, Economic Development

ECNS 204IS or ECNS 251IS

3

GPHY 141D, Geography of World Regions

None

3

GPHY 284, Intro to GIS Science & Cartography

None

3

GPHY 321-801, Urban Geography

GPHY 121 or STAT 216Q, Online

3

GPHY 322, Economic Geography

GPHY 121 and GPHY 141

3

GPHY 326-801, Geography of Energy Resources

GPHY 121 or GPHY 141/ (Online)

3

GPHY 357, GPS Fund/App in Mapping

GPHY 284/Proficiency in latest ver. Of ArcGIS

3

GPHY 365, Geographical Planning

Jr. Standing & GPHY 121/141

3

GPHY 384, Adv GIS and Spatial Analysis (L&L)

GPHY 284 & Consent of Instructor

3

GPHY 425, Geographic Thought

Consent of Instructor

3

HSTA 470, American Environmental History

HSTA 101 or HSTA 102

3

HSTR 416, Global History of Food

HSTA 101 or HSTA 102

3

HSTR 438, Latin American Nature History & Culture

HSTA 101 or HSTA 102

3

LIT 202CS, The Environmental Imagination

None

3

LS 301 - 801, Parks, People, & Places

Junior Standing

3

LS 350 - 801, Literature Reviews: Theory and Practice

Online Only/Jr. Standing

3

LS 411, Sustainable Cities

LS 103/Junior Standing

3

NASX 415 - 801, Native Food Systems

Online Only/NASX 105 or NASX 232

3

NASX 471- 801, Native Grantsmanship

Junior Standing

3

NRSM 421, Holistic Thought & Management

Online (section 801) or Onsite (section 003)/Jr. Standing

4

PHL 345-802, Philosophy of Science

Previous course in philosophy. Online

3

PSCI 210IS, Intro to American Government

None

3

PSCI 240, Intro to Public Administration

PSCI 210

3

PSCI 362, Natural Resource Policy

PSCI 210

3

PSCI 451, State and Local Gov't Policy Making

Previous PSCI course

3

 

PSCI 491- 002, SP: How to Win a Trade War

Consent of Instructor

3

SFBS 146, Intro. Sust. Foods and Bioenergy Systems

None

3

SFBS 451R, Sustainable Food Systems

NUTR 221, FCS 371, or Consent of Inst.

3

SFBS 466, Food System Resilience

SFBS 146, 296 or SFBS 298 , NUTR 221CS or Consent

3

SOCI 325, Social Stratification

-------------------------------------- SOCI 101

3

SOCI 470, Environmental Sociology

--------------- -----------------------SOCI 101

3

STAT 217Q, Intermediate Statistical Concepts

STAT 216

3

WILD 301, Principles of Fish & Wildlife Management

BIOB 160 and BIOB 170

3

WRIT 201, Coll. Writing II

WRIT 101W

3

 

LIBERAL STUDIES COURSES (All but LS 490R are optional)

COURSE

PRE-REQ

CREDITS

LS 101US: Multiple themes

None (online option)

3

LS 301- Tourism, and the Great Outdoors

Online Only/Junior Standing

1

LS 451 - 801, Film, Photos, Culture

Online Only/Junior Standing

3

LS 490R, Senior Project

Seniors Only. Contact Jaclyn to register.

4

LS 491-801, Sp: Triple Bottom Line

Online Only/Seniors

3

Update10/11/2021

This list is subject tochange

withoutnotice.

OnlineCourses:NoteSection

Numbers Contact Jaclyn Denny if you need to register for more than one section of LS 301 or LS391.