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Geology and Environmental Science, Wheaton College
Information for this profile was provided by Stephen Moshier in 2009. Information is also available on the program website. Jump down to Overview and Context * Program Design * Goals and Assessment * Courses and ...
Environmental Science, University of Mary Washington
Environmental science is an interdisciplinary major which promotes the study of our environment and the impact that human activities have on natural systems. Majors choose either a natural science or a social ...
Environmental Geosciences, Boston College
Boston College's Environmental Geosciences major is designed as an interdisciplinary, flexible earth science major.
Marine & Environmental Science, Hampton University
Students take basic sciences (biology, chemistry (2 years), physics), math through Calculus I, and courses in the major, along with the University requirements.
Environmental Sciences, Queens College-CUNY
The Environmental Sciences curriculum has just been redesigned and requires mutliple courses in each of the basic sciences: physics, biology, chemistry, and geology. It also requires calculus and a core curriculum ...
Environmental Geosciences: Geography Track, Valdosta State University
The Geography track is designed to provide a broad overview of physical geography. The course sequence provides an introduction to the lithosphere, hydrosphere, and atmosphere as well as tools and techniques used ...
Earth and Environmental Sciences, Wesleyan University
Our department offers a B.A. and an M.A. in Earth and Environmental Sciences. The B.A. program is designed to give students flexibility to pursue interests across the earth, planetary and environmental sciences.
BA or BS in Earth and Environmental Science, Virginia Wesleyan College
The Earth and Environmental Sciences program at Virginia Wesleyan College takes a "systems approach," in which all parts â lithosphere, atmosphere, hydrosphere and biosphere â are viewed as an ...