EVR 2001 Introduction to Environmental Science 3 Credits
Delivered from a systems perspective, an interdisciplinary approach explores contemporary environments that are comprised of both human and non-human elements. Explores physical, chemical, and biological processes to understand pressing environmental challenges and cultural values, attitudes, and norms expressed by individuals and populations around the globe. (B) (N) (P)
General Education - Biological Science
General Education - International
General Education - Physical Science
EVS 3000 Environmental Science 3 Credits
Interactions of humans and their environments, Earth's resources, pollution and environmental management.
EVS 3000L Environmental Science Laboratory 1 Credit
Hands-on experience in data collection and analysis for environmental science and management.
Coreq: EVS 3000
EVS 4021 Critical Thinking in Environmental Science 3 Credits
Develops critical thinking and communication skills in the practicing environmental scientist. Students analyze the strengths, limitations and strategies of arguments regarding environmental science, policy and management, and craft arguments consistent with the scientific method.
Prereq: NE classification and senior standing
EVS 4903 Supervised Extension Experience in Natural Resources and Environment 3 Credits
Firsthand, authentic experiences in natural resources and environment under the supervision of a faculty member. Projects may involve program planning, development, implementation, and evaluation. (S-U)
EVS 4905 Individual Study in Environmental Science 1-3 Credits
Individual study in environmental science.
EVS 4911 Supervised Research in Environmental Science 3 Credits
Firsthand, authentic research in environmental science under the supervision of a faculty member. Projects may involve inquiry, design, investigation, scholarship, discovery or application. (S-U)
EVS 4915 Honors Thesis Research in Environmental Science 3 Credits
Independent research in environmental science leading to an honors thesis. Student will be mentored by a faculty member. Projects may involve inquiry, design, investigation, scholarship, discovery or application. (S-U)
Prereq: junior standing, upper division GPA of 3
EVS 4932 Special Topics in Environmental Science 1-3 Credits
Special topics in environmental science.
EVS 4949 Environmental Science Internship 1-3 Credits
Employment or volunteer work in a natural resource- or environment-related business or government agency, with job description related to field of study and written work report of each term's activities. (S-U)
Prereq: NE classification and permission of dean