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Agroecology (21–24 credits)
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Environmental and Business Economics (21–23 credits)
Environmental Policy, Institutions, and Behavior (21 credits)
Environmental Sciences (21 credits)
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New Brunswick/Piscataway Undergraduate Catalog 2005-2007 Cook College Programs of Study Minor Programs of Study Environmental Sciences (21 credits)  

Environmental Sciences (21 credits)

Adviser: Robert L. Tate: Environmental and Natural Resources Bldg., Room 230, 932-9810 (tate@aesop.rutgers.edu)

Required courses (9) *

11:375:101 Introduction to Environmental Sciences (3)

and two of the following:

11:375:201 Biological Principles of Environmental Sciences (3)

11:375:202 Chemical Principles of Environmental Sciences (3)

11:375:203 Physical Principles of Environmental Sciences (3)

Electives (12)

11:375:302 Elements of Water and Wastewater Treatment (3)

11:375:303 Numerical Methods in Environmental Science (3)

11:375:312 Environmental Microbiology Laboratory (2)

11:375:411 Environmental Microbiology (3)

11:375:421 Air Pollution (3)

11:375:422 Air Sampling and Analysis (3)

11:375:430 Hazardous Wastes (3)

11:375:444 Water Chemistry (3)

11:375:445 Problems in Aquatic Environments (3)

11:375:453 Soil Ecology (3)

11:670:201 Elements of Meteorology (3) orequivalent environmental science (375) course approved by the program adviser

* Many of the courses require the following prerequisites: 01:119:101-102; 01:160:161-162; two terms of calculus; organic chemistry; two terms of physics.


 
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