The bachelor of science degree in environmental science consists of 47–50 credits of courses in biology, chemistry and mathematics. The following courses are required (38 credits):
Remaining 9-12 credits
The remaining 9-12 credits must come from three additional ENVR, BIOL, or CHEM courses numbered above 300 from the following list:
Three credits may be used from ENVR-460, ENVR-461, ENVR-462, ENVR-490, ENVR-491, or ENVR-499 as electives while Internship (ENVR-480X) cannot be used. Students wishing to double major in biology and environmental science or in chemistry and environmental science may not overlap or double count the electives selected in the environmental science plan of major to the other major.