Pathway III: Environmental Conservation

* = course has 1 prerequisite
** = course has 2 or more prerequisites

I. Introductory Courses: Student takes both of the following:

  • ENVS 11000 Environment and Society
  • ENVS 12000 Ecology and the Environment

II. Core Cluster Courses: Student takes all three from the first list and at least one from the second list:

Conservation Biology Courses

  • BIOL 11100 Foundations of Biology
  • *BIOL 20200 Gateway to Ecol, Envir, and Org Biology
  • **BIOL 35600 Conservation Biology

Upper-Level Environmental Science Courses

  • **BIOL 31100 Nat History of the Vertebrates
  • **BIOL 34000 Field Botany
  • **BIOL 35000 Population & Community Ecology
  • **BIOL 39904 Plant Insect Interactions
  • **CHEM 21600 Environmental Chemistry
  • ENVS 27000 Science of Agroecology
  • ENVS 28000 Agricultural Entomology
  • *ESCI 21500 Paleoclimate
  • *ESCI 27000 Paleoecology
  • *ESCI 27500 Modern Climate Change
  • *ESCI 28000 Hydrology

III. Methods Course: Student takes at least one from the following list:

  • **BIOL 20300 Research Skills
  • ESCI 25000 GIS
  • *ESCI 29901 Stats for Earth Scientists
  • *PSYC 25000 Statistics & Experimental Design

IV. Interdisciplinary Breadth Courses: Student takes at least one HSS and at least one AH course from the first list, plus ENVS 300

Humanities & Social Science Courses

  • COMM 26000 Environmental Communication
  • *ECON 24000 Natural Resource Economics
  • EDUC 16000 Environmental Education
  • ENGL 12015 Animals in Literature
  • ENVS 19000 Readings in ENVS
  • ENVS 19903 Intro to Environmental Humanities
  • ENVS 19904 Experiments in Everyday Life
  • ENVS 29901 Cultural Studies in Energy
  • ENVS 21000 Rural Society & the Environment
  • ENVS 22000 Farm to Table: Understanding the Food System
  • ENVS 26000 Sustainability Challenges in Latin America
  • PHIL 21600 Environmental Ethics
  • *PSYC 22500 Environmental Psychology
  • RELS 26911 Religion & the Environment
  • *SOCI 20300 Environmental Sociology

Advanced ENVS Interdisciplinary Seminar

*ENVS 300xx ENVS Interdisciplinary Seminar

V. Independent Study: Student takes all three of the following:

  • *ENVS 35000 Advanced Research Seminar
  • ENVS 451xx Senior Independent Study
  • ENVS 452xx Senior Independent Study