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Requirements: Environmental Science Minor
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Gain focused training in subject areas crucial to environmental science that range from global advocacy and applied statistics to international law and economic development.

 

Two courses from the following (8 credits)

  • SC 1010 Planet Earth
  • SC1020 Environmental Sciences
  • SC1030 Astronomy
  • SC1040 Entergy and the Environment
  • SC 1050 Climate and Climate Change
  • SC 1060 Natural and Unnatural Disasters
  • SC 1070 The Ocean Environment

 

One course from the following (4 credits)

  • MA 1010 Applied Finite Mathematics
  • MA 1020 Applied Statistics I
  • MA 1030 Calculus

 

Two courses from the following (8 credits)

  • BA 3005 Decision Making Tools for Managers
  • BA 3012 Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
  • CM 2001 Public Speaking in the Digital Age
  • CM 2012 Journalism II
  • CM 3005 Public Relations and Society
  • CM 3046 Media Law, Policy and Ethics
  • CM 4012 Feature Journalism
  • CM 4016 Global Advocacy
  • CM 4017 Media and War
  • EC 3030 Comparative Economic Systems
  • EC 3033 Economics of Technology
  • EC 3042 Economic Development
  • EM 3043 Economics of Sustainable Development
  • EC3052 International Trade Theory and Policy
  • EC 3076 Public Economics
  • FM 3063 Making a Documentary
  • HI 3039 History and Science
  • PL 1021 Ethical Inquiry: Problems and Paradigms
  • PO/GS 2005 The Political Economy of Developing Countries
  • PO 2012 Introduction to Political Geography and Geopolitics
  • PO 3035 Waters of the Globe
  • PO 3051 Global Political Economy
  • PO 3061 International Law
  • PO 3064 The Scramble for African Oil
  • Any course in Computer Science, Math or Science
  • A topics, issues, project, or seminar class or internship in another field that relates to the environment, subject to the approval of the CSMS department and course professor.
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Requirements: Environmental Science Minor

Gain focused training in subject areas crucial to environmental science that range from global advocacy and applied statistics to international law and economic development.

 

Two courses from the following (8 credits)

  • SC 1010 Planet Earth
  • SC1020 Environmental Sciences
  • SC1030 Astronomy
  • SC1040 Entergy and the Environment
  • SC 1050 Climate and Climate Change
  • SC 1060 Natural and Unnatural Disasters
  • SC 1070 The Ocean Environment

 

One course from the following (4 credits)

  • MA 1010 Applied Finite Mathematics
  • MA 1020 Applied Statistics I
  • MA 1030 Calculus

 

Two courses from the following (8 credits)

  • BA 3005 Decision Making Tools for Managers
  • BA 3012 Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
  • CM 2001 Public Speaking in the Digital Age
  • CM 2012 Journalism II
  • CM 3005 Public Relations and Society
  • CM 3046 Media Law, Policy and Ethics
  • CM 4012 Feature Journalism
  • CM 4016 Global Advocacy
  • CM 4017 Media and War
  • EC 3030 Comparative Economic Systems
  • EC 3033 Economics of Technology
  • EC 3042 Economic Development
  • EM 3043 Economics of Sustainable Development
  • EC3052 International Trade Theory and Policy
  • EC 3076 Public Economics
  • FM 3063 Making a Documentary
  • HI 3039 History and Science
  • PL 1021 Ethical Inquiry: Problems and Paradigms
  • PO/GS 2005 The Political Economy of Developing Countries
  • PO 2012 Introduction to Political Geography and Geopolitics
  • PO 3035 Waters of the Globe
  • PO 3051 Global Political Economy
  • PO 3061 International Law
  • PO 3064 The Scramble for African Oil
  • Any course in Computer Science, Math or Science
  • A topics, issues, project, or seminar class or internship in another field that relates to the environment, subject to the approval of the CSMS department and course professor.