First year, fall term all Environmental Science programs have the same courses.
For first year, winter term there is some variation depending if the student has a concentration in Chemistry, Earth Sciences or Geomatics or a minor in Earth Sciences. Please see the NOTES below.
Before registration for second year begins, students may decide if they want to declare a concentration or stay in the main program Environmental Science. Adding a minor is another element to consider. Elements such as concentrations and minors are the student’s choice, not required.
- Environmental Science Seminar (ENSC 1500)
- Foundations of Biology I (BIOL 1103)
- General Chemistry I (CHEM 1001)
- Exploring Planet Earth (ERTH 1006)
- Elementary Calculus (MATH 1007)
- Foundations of Biology II (BIOL 1104)
- General Chemistry II (CHEM 1002)
- Earth Resources and Natural Hazards: Environmental Impacts (ENSC 2001)
- Introduction to Statistics (STAT 2507)
- Weather and Water (GEOG 2013)
For Environmental Science, concentration in Chemistry, MATH 1107 is required in the winter term instead of STAT 2507.
For Environmental Science, concentration in Earth Sciences, MATH 1107 and GEOM 1004 are required in the winter term instead of ENSC 2001 and STAT 2507.
For Environmental Science, concentration in Geomatics, MATH 1107 and GEOM 1004 are required in the winter term instead of ENSC 2001 and STAT 2507.
For Environmental Science students who have declared a minor in Earth Sciences, ERTH 1009 is required instead of ENSC 2001.