Associate in Science
The environmental science program is designed to prepare students to deal with environmental issues and concerns from a global point of view. Students will select from two tracks, one focusing on physical science and the other emphasizing the social science perspective. Please see the career module for more insight on which of these tracks would be best for you and your career goals. Both tracks integrate biology, chemistry and geology and lead to an Associate in Science degree which should transfer to 4-year institutions following the MACRAO and MTA guidelines. Students will have first-hand lab experiences studying environmental problems from a scientific perspective as well as proposing and implementing solutions to sustainability.
This is a high demand, high skill and high wage program as defined by the Michigan Community College Network.
Career Outlook in Michigan
2020-2021 Academic Requirements
This program is designed to prepare students to deal with environmental issues and concerns from a global point of view. Students will focus on physical and natural science as well as understanding the social science perspective. The program integrates biology, chemistry and geology and leads to an associate in science degree which should transfer to four-year institutions following the MTA guidelines. Students will have first-hand lab experiences studying environmental problems from a scientific perspective as well as proposing and implementing solutions to sustainability. The program prepares students for careers in resource management, waste management, sustainability, environmental consultation and other related fields.
Copies can be obtained from the Counseling Office, a program advisor, or from the Curriculum and Assessment Office Web site: Articulation Agreements.
|GLG 276||Principles of Geographic Information Systems||3|
|ENV 174||or||ENV Co-op Education I|
|ENV 199||ENV Internship Education||1 - 3|
|Restricted Elective(s): BIO 162, CEM 122, PHY 111, or MTH 169 or higher math course.||4|
|Electives to reach a minimum of 60 credits.||8|
|Total||16 - 18|
- Total Credits Required
- 60 - 63
#Recommended Arts and Humanities courses: ENG 181, ENG 214, HUM 146, HUM 175, PHL 205 or PHL 240.
**The prerequisite for this course may include a higher math level than those used in the program. See an advisor for assistance.
***Recommended Social Science courses: ANT 201, ECO 110, ECO 211, HST 123, HST 150, HST 235, HST 270, PLS 112, SOC 100, SOC 205 or SOC 207.