Associate in Science
School of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM): 313-845-9632, firstname.lastname@example.org, Health Careers Education Ctr, Room: G-122
Mary Parekunnel: 313-317-1747, email@example.com, Science Bldg, Room: J-152
Emphasizes the interdisciplinary nature of environmental problem-solving at the local, regional, and international levels. Students completing this program can transfer to bachelor programs in four broad areas: land resources, nature studies, resource and policy management, and urban service.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Demonstrate proficiency in designing an experiment in the lab settings and in the field and conducting experiment, collecting data, analyzing, interpreting and presenting results individually and in a team setting.
- Recognize different ecosystems, the components of ecosystems and explain the relationships among them.
- Demonstrate a basic understanding of Earth’s weather and climate and the forces that influence them.
- Explain geological processes that affect the earth.
- Show proficiency in the use of basic laboratory and field equipment and basic knowledge of safe lab procedures.
- Write formal reports using a standard format.
- Interpret topographic maps.
- Demonstrate basic knowledge on unsustainable use of resources by humans and subsequent harmful impacts on environment especially environmental pollution.
Some occupations of bachelor-level environmental studies majors are:
- National park naturalist
- Resource policy planner
- Air quality analyst
- Regional land use planner
- Public health officer
- Public interest group director
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science Major - Applied, or Bachelor of Science in Computer Science Major - Curriculum 3+1 agreement with Eastern Michigan University
See General Education Requirements for details.
Category 3: Mathematics
Complete any one course from the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) list.
Category 5: Humanities and Fine Arts
Complete any two, from different disciplines.
Computer Technology: Complete any one
Required Core Courses
Credit Hours: 25
Students should consult the Environmental Studies advisor for a Recommended Course Sequence for your intended area of study.
Required Support Courses
|Course name||Credit Hours|
|ENG-131: Introduction to College Writing||3.00|
English Composition or Communication: Complete one
|BEC-152: Principles of Microeconomics||3.00|
|BIO-130: Evolution and Behavior||4.00|
|GEOG-132: World Regional Geography||3.00|
Credit Hours: 16
Complete additional 100-level, or higher, credits to complete this degree.
Minimum Total Credit Hours