Programs

Environmental Policy and Management Concentration

25 credit hours

This concentration is a unique interdisciplinary program that incorporates courses from various colleges across the University. Although there are courses in the concentration that are offered by the Environmental Science and Policy Division, the degree concentration also offers students the opportunity to take supporting courses in other physical and natural sciences, statistics, policy, and ethics.

Required Courses: (7 hours)
EVR 2002 Intro to Environmental Science 3
EVR 2001L Intro to Environ. Science Lab 1
EVR 2861 Intro to Environmental Policy 3


Electives: (Minimum 15 hours)
Choose three of the following:
EVR 4027 Wetland Environments 3
EVR 4104 Karst Environments 3
EVR 4114 Climate Change 3
EVR 4930 Selected Topics: Environmental Regulation 3
EVR 4930 Selected Topics: Environ. Conservation & Policy 3
GEO 4502 Economic Geography 3
PHI 3640 Environmental Ethics 3

Choose two of the following:
ANT 4403 Environmental Anthropology 3
ECP 3302 Environmental Economics 3
EDF 3228 Human Behavior & Environmental Selection 3
EVR 4930 Selected Topics: Weather Studies 3
GEO 3602 Urban Geography 3
GEO 4280C Hydrology 3
GEO 4284 Water Resources Management 3
GEO 4340 Natural Hazards 3
GEO 4372 Global Conservation 3
GIS 3006 Computer Cartography 3
GIS 5049 GIS for Non-Majors 3
HSC 4551 Survey of Human Diseases 3
PAD 3003 Intro to Public Administration 3
PAD 4144 Non-Profits and Public Policy 3
POS 3142 Intro to Urban Politics/Government 3
POS 3182 Florida Politics & Government 3
POS 3697 Environmental Law 3
PUP 4002 Public Policy 3
PUP 4203 Environmental Politics and Policy 3
URP 4050 City Planning & Community Development 3
URS 3002 Intro to Urban Studies 3
WST 3324 Women, Environment & Gender 3


College Exit Requirement: (3 hours)
IDS 4934 Senior Capstone for BSAS/BGS 3
This course is the required capstone course for all BGS concentrations.

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