Environmental Sciences A.S. Degree and transfer preparation

This Program is designed for students who are interested in solving environmental problems from an interdisciplinary approach.  This set of courses prepares the student to transfer to four-year institutions where they can choose a specialized track that could include many disciplines. For example, depending on the transfer institution selected, choices include Natural Resources Management, Climate Change, Soil and Biogeochemistry and many others. It is very important to consult an advisor and review transfer institution requirements.

Required CoursesUnits
BI 006Biology Of Organisms5
CH 001AGeneral Chemistry I5
G 001Physical Geology4
MATH 001ACalculus5
MATH 001BCalculus5
PH 003AEngineering Physics4
ECON 001Principles Of Macroeconomics3
Electives (with Advisor approval)
Select 9 - 15 units from the following:9-15
Molecular And Cell Biology
General Chemistry II
Computer Science I
Environmental Geology
The Earth Sciences
Introduction To Oceanography
Statistical Methods
Engineering Physics
Introduction To Meteorology
For other course selections confer with Advisor.
Required Subtotal31
Elective Subtotal 9-15
COD General Education (confer with Counselor)18
Kinesiology Activities2

Consult catalog of transfer institution for specific requirements.