Environmental Science: Organismal/Population Ecology

B.S. Evs., Environmental Science: Organismal/Population Ecology Track Requirements: 45 Credits

The following courses are required for all tracks. In addition, the students must choose one track.
BIO 201
BIO 205
General Biology: Organismal and Population
and General Biology: Organismal and Population Laboratory
BIO 202
BIO 206
General Biology: Cellular and Molecular
and General Biology: Cellular and Molecular Laboratory
CHM 203
CHM 204
General Chemistry I
and General Chemistry I Laboratory
CHM 205
CHM 206
General Chemistry II
and General Chemistry II Laboratory
EVS 123
EVS 124
Science for a Changing Planet: An Introduction to Earth Systems
and Earth System Science Laboratory
EVS 201Introduction to Environmental Science3
EVS 420Environment & Society: Sociological Perspectives3
EVS 490Senior Seminar:Discussion1
EVS 533Physical Climatology and Climate Change3
EVS 491Senior Seminar2
Total Credits32
Organismal/Population Ecology Track14
Select fourteen credits from the following:
Foundations of Ecology & Evolution
Animal Behavior
Animal Behavior Laboratory
Vertebrate Natural History
Vertebrate Natural History Laboratory
Environmental Geology
Making Maps that Matter: Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
Conservation Biology
Terrestrial Ecology
Aquatic Ecology
Freshwater Ecology Laboratory
Marine Ecology Laboratory
Ecology of Zoonotic Diseases
Special Topics in Plant Biology
Plant Diversity and Evolution
Environmental Physiology
Current Topics in Ecology
Total Credits14

MTH 231 Calculus for the Biological Sciences, PHY 201 General Physics for the Life Sciences and PHY 202 General Physics for the Life Sciences II are highly recommended and may be required for students planning on attending specific graduate programs. In addition, EVS 311 Biostatistics is recommended for students engaged in research or planning to pursue research in graduate school.