Aug 21, 2019  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog

Environmental and Geographic Sciences, Environmental Science Concentration, B.S.


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Curriculum Requirements


This concentration is designed to meet the education needs of students seeking to develop a focus on a specific area of human-environmental interaction through a discussion of pollution and other anthropogenic manipulation of earth systems.  The concentration addresses the increasingly interdisciplinary skill set required of modern scientists.

1. 120 Semester Hours:


Complete a minimum of 120 semester hours with a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or better.  The last 30 hours must be completed at NCCU.  Complete the General Education Curriculum  (GEC) requirements as listed in this catalog, including speech intensive and writing intensive course.   Students much achieve a minimum grade of “C” in all courses listed as part of the Required Core (35-37 hours) as well as all courses used to satisfy requirements listed for the Geoscience Concentration (38 hours).  Complete 3 credit hours of research or participate in a 3 credit-hour internship in a public or private sector agency or organization where opportunities are provided for observing and preforming a variety of geographic science functions under supervision of a professional. 

2. General Education Requirement:


Freshman and sophomore years: complete General Education Curriculum  required by the University as detailed on the four-year course of study, except the following department prescribed general education courses

3. Program Requirements:


5. Additional Requirements


NA

Program Notes:


NA

Four- Year Curriculum Plan


Freshman Year


Sophomore Year


Junior Year


Fall Semester


Spring Semester


% ENSC Elective (3)
% ENSC INT ENSU Elective (3)
# TECH Elective (3)
= General Elective (3)
% ENSC Elective (3)

Senior Year


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