Core CoursesIn addition to the courses listed below, any 5000, 6000 or 7000 level courses offered by the university and approved by a students Graduate Committee may be included in that students Program of Study as part of the 18 hrs of electives. A copy of the Program of Study is included in the Appendix of this Handbook.
EVSA 6010. Environmental Agriculture. Lec. 3. Cr. 3.
Provides a summary of the actual and/or relative environmental impacts of existing and emerging agricultural production technologies.
EVSB 6010. Environmental Biology. Lec. 3. Cr. 3.
Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Biological concepts, community and ecosystem structure and function, population biology, water pollution, land and wildlife resources, endangered and threatened species, resource management, human impact, and environmental economics. This course cannot be taken for credit toward graduation by students with a degree or concentration in biology or wildlife and fisheries sciences.
EVSC 6010. Environmental Chemistry. Lec. 3. Cr. 3.
Prerequisite: Graduate standing in environmental sciences; one year of chemistry. This is a broad-based course applying the fundamentals of chemistry to the environment. This course cannot be taken for credit toward graduation by students with a concentration in chemistry.
EVSG 6010. Environmental Geology. Lec. 3. Cr. 3.
Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Introduction to geology and the application of geologic knowledge to issues and potential solutions of problems arising from the interaction of human activities and natural earth processes.
EVSS 6010. Environmental Social Policy. Lec. 3. Cr. 3.
Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Social, political, legal and scientific issues that influence environmental policy decisions.
EVS 7910. Environmental Science Seminar. Lec. 1. Cr. 1.
Discussions and reports on the current literature and research in environmental science.