The program in Environmental Science and Planning is designed to provide training in the analysis, planning and management of natural resources and land use in urban, rural and wilderness environments. Graduates of this program are prepared to compete for employment in both the private and public sectors or to go on to graduate school in various environmental fields, remote sensing, GIS, urban planning, regional planning, landscape architecture, law, public administration, or policy studies.
Requirements. Sixty-two to 63 credits, as follows:
- Science Foundations. (23 credits).
GEO 150 , GEO 151 , GEO 265 , GEO 272 , GEO 282 , GEO 331 , GEO 372 .
- Techniques. (17 credits).
GEO 203 , GEO 304 ; RPL 370 , RPL 371 , RPL 485 or RPL 486 .
- Planning Applications. (15 credits).
GEO 285 ; RPL 311 , RPL 312 , RPL 411 or RPL 472 , RPL 476 .
- Research Methods. (7-8 credits).
GEO 297 , GEO 490 , GEO 491 .
- All requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) Bachelor of Science degree, including General Education requirements .
- All requirements for the Program in Environmental Science and Planning General Program (BS) .
- GEO 370 or ENV 370 ; GEO 495 , GEO 496 , GEO 498 , GEO 499 .
- All requirements of the University Honors Program .