At Roosevelt University, students pursuing degrees in chemistry, biology, sustainability studies or any discipline may take a minor sequence of courses in environmental science in order to prepare for a career or explore an interest in addressing the relationship between humans and the environment. The minor is appropriate for individuals who wish to enhance their career prospects in government agencies, environmental law, non-profit organizations or environmental consulting.
Students must complete all courses counted towards the environmental science minor with a grade of C- or higher.
Because requirements for the ENVS minor differ based on your major, consult with a science advisor to determine the best course path.
Projected course choices
All students: Begin with introductory PHSC105 or PHSC 106, which can be taken as early as the first semester with no prerequisites. All students end with the capstone course BIOL 340.
Biology majors: May use one of the courses from their supporting CHEM sequence for their CHEM requirement. This cannot be a course used towards a CHEM minor. Must take a 300-level BIOL course from the list below OR they may take a SUST course.
Chemistry majors: Take BIOL 202 for their biology requirement. For their CHEM requirement, they will most likely take either one of the listed 300-level BIOL courses or a SUST course.
Majors outside the sciences: Take BIOL 112 for their BIOL requirement and either PHSC 103 or PHSC 250 for their CHEM requirement. These majors must seek professor's permission to join the capstone course since they will not have taken the requisite CHEM coursework.
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