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7.5 Bachelor of Environmental Science Program Chart

7.5 Bachelor of Environmental Science1,2

YEAR 1

YEAR 2

YEAR 3

YEAR 4

HONOURS 120 CREDIT HOURS

ENVR 1000, ENVR 2000, BIOL 1020, BIOL 1030, CHEM 1300, CHEM 1310, MATH 15003, STAT 1000, ECON 1010

Plus 3 credit hours from the Faculty of Arts4

ENVR 28108, ENVR 31609, BIOL 2300 (or AGEC 2370), ECON 2390 (ABIZ 2390), PHYS 10205, STAT 2000

One of PHYS 10305, MATH 1200, MATH 13006, MATH 17006

One of GEOG 1290 or GEOL 1340 (or GEOL 1440)

ENVR 4110, ENVR 4500

Plus 33 credit hours in an approved Focus Area7

Enough elective credit to total 120 credit hours for the program.

The W course must be completed within the first 60 credit hours of coursework.

HONOURS COOPERATIVE OPTION 120 CREDIT HOURS

ENVR 1000, ENVR 2000, BIOL 1020, BIOL 1030, CHEM 1300, CHEM 1310, MATH 15003, STAT 1000, ECON 1010

Plus 3 credit hours from the Faculty of Arts4

ENVR 28108, ENVR 31609, BIOL 2300 (or AGEC 2370), ECON 2390 (ABIZ 2390), PHYS 10205, STAT 2000, ENVR 2900

One of PHYS 10305, MATH 1200, MATH 13006, MATH 17006

One of GEOG 1290 or GEOL 1340 (or GEOL 1440)

ENVR 4110, ENVR 4500

Plus 33 credit hours in an approved Focus Area7

ENVR 3900, ENVR 3980, ENVR 3990, ENVR 3910, ENVR 3920 (ENVR 4980 and ENVR 4910 are optional)

Enough elective credit to total 120 credit hours for the program.

The W course must be completed within the first 60 credit hours of coursework.

MAJOR 120 CREDIT HOURS

ENVR 1000, ENVR 2000, BIOL 1020, BIOL 1030, CHEM 1300, CHEM 1310, MATH 15003, STAT 1000, ECON 1010

Plus 3 credit hours from the Faculty of Arts4

ENVR 28108, ENVR 31609, BIOL 2300 (or AGEC 2370), ECON 2390 (ABIZ 2390), PHYS 10205, STAT 2000

One of PHYS 10305, MATH 1200, MATH 13006, MATH 17006

One of GEOG 1290 or GEOL 1340 (or GEOL 1440)

ENVR 4110

Plus 33credit hours in an approved Focus Area7

Enough elective credit to total 120 credit hours for the program.

The W course must be completed within the first 60 credit hours of coursework.

MAJOR COOPERATIVE OPTION 120 CREDIT HOURS

ENVR 1000, ENVR 2000, BIOL 1020, BIOL 1030, CHEM 1300, CHEM 1310, MATH 15003, STAT 1000, ECON 1010

Plus 3 credit hours from the Faculty of Arts4

ENVR 28108, ENVR 31609, BIOL 2300 (or AGEC 2370), ECON 2390 (ABIZ 2390), PHYS 10205, STAT 2000, ENVR 2900

One of PHYS 10305, MATH 1200, MATH 13006, MATH 17006

One of GEOG 1290 or GEOL 1340 (or GEOL 1440)

ENVR 4110

Plus 33 credit hours in an approved Focus Area7

ENVR 3900, ENVR 3980, ENVR 3990, ENVR 3910, ENVR 3920 (ENVR 4980 and ENVR 4910 are optional)

Enough elective credit to total 120 credit hours for the program.

The W course must be completed within the first 60 credit hours of coursework.

GENERAL 90 CREDIT HOURS

ENVR 1000, ENVR 2000, BIOL 1020, BIOL 1030, CHEM 1300, CHEM 1310, MATH 15003, STAT 1000, ECON 1010

Plus 3 credit hours from the Faculty of Arts4

ENVR 28108, ENVR 31609, BIOL 2300 (or AGEC 2370), ECON 2390 (ABIZ 2390), PHYS 10205, STAT 2000

One of PHYS 10305, MATH 1200, MATH 13006, MATH 17006

One of GEOG 1290 or GEOL 1340 (or GEOL 1440)

ENVR 4110

Plus 9 credit hours in an approved Focus Area

Enough elective credit to total 90 credit hours for the program.

MINOR 18 CREDIT HOURS

ENVR 1000, ENVR 2000

12 credit hours of ENVR courses numbered at the 2000-level or above.

NOTES:

1Advanced Entry into the degree programs is summarized in section 7.2.1 of this Chapter.

2The courses required in this program will satisfy the University Mathematics Requirements.

3MATH 1510 or MATH 1520 may be taken in place of MATH 1500 (or equivalent).

4It is recommended that students consider a selection from List A below when selecting courses from the Faculty of Arts.

5PHYS 1050 and PHYS 1070 may be used in lieu of PHYS 1020 and PHYS 1030.

6MATH 1310 and MATH 1710 may be taken in place of MATH 1300 and MATH 1700 (or equivalent).

7Focus Area courses must include a minimum of 21 credit hours at the 3000- and/or 4000-level. Focus Area performance requirements are defined in section 7.3 of this Chapter. Information on Focus Areas is available in the Focus Area Brochure.

8 The former ENVR 2170 or the former ENVR 2270 may be used in lieu of ENVR 2810.

9 The former ENVR 2650 may be used in lieu of ENVR 3160.

IMPORTANT: The Honours and Major programs need not be completed in the manner prescribed in the chart above. The chart indicates one possible arrangement of the required courses and is meant to be a guide around which students can plan their program.

NOTE:

  • To fulfil prerequisite requirements, a grade of 'C' must be achieved, unless otherwise stated, in any course stipulated as a prerequisite to a further course.
  • Students should review the current course topics available through ENVR 2010 (1.5), ENVR 2020 (3), ENVR 3000 (3), ENVR 3010 (1.5), ENVR 3020 (3), ENVR 4000 (3), ENVR 4010 (1.5), and ENVR 4020 (3) as well as those offered through GEOG 3740 (6), GEOG 3750 (3), GEOG 3760 (6), GEOG 3770 (3) and GEOG 4670 (3). Also, all courses are not offered every year or every term. The course schedule for the current academic term is available from the Class Schedule .
  • Students registering in certain courses may be required to participate in field trips or field components and pay a portion of the associated expenses. For details, contact the Department of Environment and Geography general office.
  • Equivalent courses offered through Universit√© de Saint-Boniface may be used in lieu of the specified course identified in the program requirements chart. Universit√© de Saint-Boniface courses end in the number'1' (e.g. CHEM 1301).

List A: Recommended List of Faculty of Arts Electives. Students may wish to consider courses from the following list when identifying appropriate selections from the Faculty of Arts.

* In the list below indicates courses no longer offered.

         ANTH 1210 Human Origins and Antiquity (3)

         ANTH 1220 Cultural Anthropology (3)

         ANTH 1520 Critical Cultural Anthropology (3)

         ECON 1020 Introduction to Macroeconomic Principles (3)

         NATV 1200 The Native Peoples of Canada (6)

         NATV 1240 The Native Peoples of Canada, Part 2 (3)

         PHIL 1200 Introduction to Philosophy (6)

         PHIL 1290 Critical Thinking (3)

         PHIL 1320 Introductory Logic (6)

         PHIL 1510* Historical Introduction to Philosophy (6)

         RLGN 1420 Ethics in World Religions (3)

         RLGN 2180 Theory of Nature (3)