2018 Environmental Science (ASENVS)

Environmental Science (ASENVS)

Associate in Science Degree


This 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. Both tracks integrate biology, chemistry and geology and lead to an Associate in Science degree which should transfer to 4-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.


Siena Heights University, BS degree.

Copies can be obtained from the Counseling Office, a program advisor, or from the Curriculum and Assessment Office Web site: Articulation Agreements.

Contact Information

Math-Science-Engineering Tech
Physical Sciences Dept
Suzanne Albach
Emily Thompson


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Select a concentration for requirements and total credits required for program.


*The prerequisite for this course may include a higher math level than those used in the program. See an advisor for assistance.
**Recommended MTA approved social science courses: SOC 100, ECO 211, ECO 222 or PLS 112.
***COM 225 is recommended especially for students transferring to EMU.
#Please see program advisor for help in choosing elective credits. Students transferring to EMU in the Environmental Science program should select GLG 276.