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Applied Geography with concentration in Environmental

Analysis (BS)
This program was approved for students entering the university in the Summer 2011 - Spring 2012 catalog year. For more
information about catalog year, go to Catalog Year Information.

Bacheolor of Science in Applied Geography with concentration in Environmental Analysis (BS)

Major: GEOG

Concentration: ENVA

Degree: BS

Unit: College of Arts and Sciences (AS)

Completion of this degree requires work to be submitted for the department’s Learning Outcomes Measurement. For details,
contact the department.

Type Hours

General Education 34

Minimum Total 34

All degrees require the completion of the University-wide General Education Program; see General Education requirements
and the courses that fulfill them. Some General Education requirements may be met in the requirements for the major or
supporting coursework, in which case additional electives may be required to complete the minimum hours for the degree.

Arts & Sciences Programmatic Requirements

Type Hours

General 101: A&S Orientation 1

Foreign Language
(completion of the second semester of a single foreign language; hours will vary 6-8
depending on the language taken)

Electives in Natural Sciences or Humanities at the 300 level or above (in addition to
6
courses counted toward General Education)

WR—two approved courses at the 300 level or above (may be incorporated into
other degree requirements)

Total 13-15
Department of Geography and Geosciences

Type Hours

Geography 2001, 256, 300, 350, 356, 4412 , 4422 and 558 24

Geoscience 2001 3

Environmental Foundation:
6
Geosciences 363 and 367

Geography 3612 3

Environmental Specialization:
Geosciences 360, 365, 564, 565 and 9
Geography 355, 390, 401, 555, 561, 590 (select 3)

Electives in Geography or Geosciences


6
at the 300 level or above

Total 51

Supporting Courses

Type Hours

Electives in Social Sciences, other than Geography, at the 300 level or above 6

Total 6

Minimum Electives 15-17

Minimum Total 121

Only 60 hours in the major department may be applied toward the Bachelor of Science degree.
At least 50 of the total minimum hours required must be at the 300 level or above.
1
Fulfills General Education requirement.
2
Fulfills WR requirement.