The goal of the Environmental Science program is to provide skills for entry-level employment opportunities and continuation of education in environmental science, forestry, fish and wildlife management, biology, water quality, soil conservation, and range conservation. The students will acquire a basic knowledge of ecological principles, environmental issues, traditional and cultural values. Degree options may be used to focus course selections for career paths, if desired.
- Know, use, and interpret scientific explanations (both Western and indigenous) of the natural world.
- Generate and evaluate scientific evidence and explanations.
- Understand the nature and development of environmental scientific knowledge in Western and indigenous cultures.
- Participate meaningfully in environmental scientific activities and discourse.
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Environmental Science: Fall Semester (First Year)
|GS 110||Finding Place||1|
|BIOB 160/L160||Prin of Living Sys/Lab||3/1|
|M 121||College Algebra||4|
|NRS 101||Nat Res Issues I||1|
|WRIT 101||College Writing I||3|
Environmental Science: Spring Semester (First Year)
|CHMY141/L141||College Chem/Lab I||4|
|GE Elective||Humanities/Fine Arts||3|
|ENSC 110||Env. Science/Lab||4|
|WRIT 201||College Writing II||3|
Environmental Science: Fall Semester (Second Year)
|AIS 105/155||Nakoda/Aaniiih Lang I||3|
|BIOE 270||General Ecology/Lab||3|
|Communication Elective||COMX 115 Interpers Comm. or COMX 111 Public Speech||3|
|NRS 101||Nat Res Issues II||1|
Environmental Science: Spring Semester (Second Year)
|AIS 100||American Indian St||3|
|PSYX 100||Intro to Psych||3|