EVS - Environmental Science

EVS 1500 Introduction to Environmental Science Cr. 3

This introductory course is focused and organized around environmental problems and issues that we face in the world today using real stories. Students will be provided the scientific background to these issues, the tools for helping to build a sustainable future, and a strong foundation in environmental science education. Offered Fall.

EVS 3000 Introduction to Environmental Analysis Using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Cr. 3

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is a powerful tool for environmental analysis.This course is designed to introduce students to the use of GIS to analyze, explore and visualize the spatial relationships and patterns of the biological, ecological, social and physical processes that can affect the environment and human health. Offered Fall.

EVS 3100 Air and Water in Environmental Systems Cr. 3

Development of quantitative skills related to applying an understanding of the basic properties of air and water,and the dynamics of these fluids at rest and in motion, critical to addressing almost any environmental issue. Applications will include the role of air and water in environmental problems at multiple scales (and in both urban and natural settings) and integrating a systems approach. Offered Fall.

Prerequisites: GEL 1010 with a minimum grade of D- and MAT 1800-6ZZZ with a minimum grade of D-

Equivalent: GEL 3100

EVS 3990 Directed Study in Environmental Science Cr. 1-4

Facilitates the student’s research experience to further develop their undergraduate training in concert with their studies in the environmental science program. Offered Every Term.

Repeatable for 4 Credits

EVS 4900 Internship in Environmental Science Cr. 2

Approved work experience for students studying in environmental science that provides entry-level, career-related experience and workplace competencies. Offered Every Term.

Restriction(s): Enrollment is limited to students with a major in Environmental Science.