Bachelor of Science

Environmental Science Major

The Bachelor of Arts Degree in Environmental Science is designed for students who plan to seek employment in an environmentally related vocation immediately upon graduation. It is not intended to prepare the student for further graduate studies in the life or physical sciences or as preparation for medical, dental or veterinary programs.

Student Learning Outcomes

Students completing a major in Environmental Science will be able to:

Ecology/Environmental Science

BIOLOGY MAJOR (BS): ECOLOGY/ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE CONCENTRATION

24 to 27 additional credits to the Biology Program Core Credits
 

Comprehensive Biology

BIOLOGY MAJOR (BS): COMPREHENSIVE BIOLOGY CONCENTRATION

26 additional credits to the Biology Program Core Credits
 

The Comprehensive Biology program will prepare students for graduate studies and research, medicine, podiatry, dentistry, veterinary medicine, allied health and applied biology. Graduates will have acquired a broad foundation of knowledge in the biological and physical sciences as well as the ability to use this knowledge.
 

Nursing Major (Pre-Licensure)

In addition to the general education requirements noted in the undergraduate catalog, the following courses are required for the Pre-Licensure Nursing major. 

Chemistry-Bachelor of Science Major

 

Graduates in the Bachelor of Science degree program in chemistry will have acquired broad foundation knowledge in the chemical and physical sciences, and the knowledge and skills to either continue graduate education or obtain employment in their professional fields. Students in the Bachelor of Science degree program in chemistry choose one of two emphasis areas: Biochemistry or Pre-Professional.


BIOCHEMISTRY EMPHASIS

66 credits

Biology-Bachelor of Science Major

This program will prepare students for graduate studies and research, medicine, podiatry, dentistry, veterinary medicine, allied health and applied biology. Graduates will have acquired a broad foundation of knowledge in the biological and physical sciences as well as the ability to use this knowledge.

E.g., 06/25/19
E.g., 06/25/19