Common Course Environmental Science

1110    INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE I
1110L  INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE I LAB
2130   CRITICAL THINKING IN SCIENCE
2201   ENVIRONMENTAL PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROCESSES
2201L ENVIRONMENTAL PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROCESSES LAB
2140   INTRODUCTION TO GIS/GPS AND CARTOGRAPHY
2160   PRINCIPLES OF AGRICULTURE ECOLOGY
3307   ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE
3308   INVASIVE SPECIES
3311   PLANT PATHOLOGY
3316   FIRE MANAGEMENT AND RESTORATION
3317   RANGELAND MANAGEMENT
3318   SILVICULTURE
3319   PRINCIPLES OF WILDLIFE SCIENCE AND MANAGEMENT
3320   ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS
3325   PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICAL HYDROLOGY
3333   RADIATION BIOLOGY
3336   ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLING AND INSTRUMENTATION
3336L ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLING AND INSTRUMENTATION LAB
3338   ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AND REGULATIONS
3340   PRINCIPLES OF CROP PRODUCTION
3365   PRINCIPLES OF SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE
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3385   UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
4404   FOREST HEALTH, RESTORATION, AND MANAGEMENT
4410   SOIL TESTING AND INTERPRETATION
4410L SOIL TESTING AND INTERPRETATION LAB
4412   ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND TOXICOLOGY
4414   WILDLAND FIRE MANAGEMENT
4416   IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE
4420   ECOLOGY AND HYDROLOGY OF SOUTHWESTERN RIVER SYSTEMS
4480   SENIOR CAPSTONE
4490-
4495   PROBLEM

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