Environmental Science Major
|ENVS 3000||Environmental Science||3|
|One the following options (plus all accompanying labs):|
|Introductory Biology I|
|Introductory Biology II|
|General Chemistry I|
|General Chemistry II|
|Organic Chemistry I|
|General Physics I|
|General Biology Lecture I|
|General Biology Lecture II|
|Global Ecology Lecture|
|General Chemistry Lecture I|
|General Chemistry Lecture II|
|Organic Chemistry Lecture I|
|General Physics Lecture I|
|One of the following:||3 to 4|
|Applied Calculus I|
and Calculus II
|One of the following:||3 to 4|
|Four advanced Environmental Science Elective courses, below|
|Two Environmental Policy/Law/Economics courses, below||7 to 8|
|Two semesters of Research or Internship||8|
|Environmental Science Internship|
|Environmental Science Research|
Students should take two semesters of research or two semesters of internship; they may take one of each with the permission of the program director.
Advanced Environmental Science Elective courses
The four advanced environmental science elective courses to complete the major are listed below. The list includes only the lecture course code for each of the required courses. Students should must also complete the lab co-requisite for courses that have one (e.g., BISC 2539 General Genetics, BISC 3643 Microbiology, CHEM 2522 Organic Chemistry II, CHEM 3622 Physical Chemistry II, NSCI 2142 Paleoecology Lecture, NSCI 3122 Organic Chemistry Lecture II, NSCI 4143 Advanced Microbiology Lecture).
Courses with the code BISC or CHEM are offered at the Rose Hill campus, while courses with the code NSCI are offered at the Lincoln Center campus. Students may not receive credit for taking equivalent/mutually exclusive courses on each campus.
Courses in this group have the ENSE attribute.
|BISC 2539||General Genetics||3|
|BISC 3244||Evolutionary Biology||3|
|BISC 4642||Animal Behavior||4|
|CHEM 2522||Organic Chemistry II||4|
|CHEM 3622||Physical Chemistry II||4|
|CHEM 3721||Quantitative Analysis||4|
|CHEM 3722||Instrumental Analysis||4|
|CHEM 4340||Environmental Chemistry||3|
|NSCI 2142||Paleoecology Lecture||3|
|NSCI 3101||Biological Modeling||4|
|NSCI 3121||Organic Chemistry Lecture I||4|
|NSCI 3122||Organic Chemistry Lecture II||4|
|NSCI 3133||Genetics Lecture||3|
|NSCI 4112||Animal Physiology Lecture||3|
|NSCI 4143||Advanced Microbiology Lecture||3|
|NSCI 4153||Biological Chemistry Lecture||3|
Environmental Policy/Law/Economics courses
Two courses are required from the list below.
Courses in this group have the EPLE attribute.
|ANTH 4373||Environment and Human Survival||4|
|ECON 3850||Environmental Economics||4|
|HIST 3990||North American Environmental History||4|
|NSCI 2060||Environment: Science, Law, and Policy||3|
|NSCI 4222||Science, Technology, and Society Values||4|
|PHIL 3109||Environmental Ethics||4|
|PJST 3200||Environmental Justice||4|
|THEO 4008||Religion and Ecology||4|
|VART 2050||Designing the City||4|
|VART 2055||Environmental Design||4|
The major in environmental science is available at Fordham College at Rose Hill and Fordham College at Lincoln Center. Students in Fordham's School of Professional and Continuing Studies may major in environmental science only if they receive the approval of their advising dean and/or department, and their schedules are sufficiently flexible to permit them to take day courses at the Rose Hill or Lincoln Center campuses.
Fordham College at Rose Hill students: The requirements above are in addition to those of the Core Curriculum.
Fordham College at Lincoln Center students: The requirements above are in addition to those of the Core Curriculum.
Professional and Continuing Studies students: The requirements above are in addition to those of the PCS Core Curriculum and any additional electives that may be required to earn a minimum of 124 credits.