This degree can lead to a baccalaureate degree in environmental science or environmental studies at accredited colleges or universities. In consultation with an academic advisor; electives should be selected based on the student’s interest, the requirements of the transfer institution or technician-level vocation opportunities. Some courses require pre-requisites, check course descriptions.
For information, contact faculty advisor, James Sacchinelli, at (609)343-4943 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upon completion of this program students will be able to:
- Develop work ethics that are effective and safe in a laboratory environment;
- Apply the scientific method to collect and interpret information;
- Experiment with laboratory and field equipment to obtain data;
- Analyze records of results and procedures;
- Discuss effectively, both orally and in writing;
- Analyze and evaluate problems critically.
General Education Courses
When a course is not specified, refer to the list of approved General Education courses.
Choose: ARTS103, ARTS108, ARTS109, ARTS115, DANC170, MUSC100 or THEA110
General Education Elective
Choose 18 credits from the following:
PHYS125-College Physics I (offered fall only) or PHYS225-General Physics I (**)
PHYS126-College Physics II (offered spring only) or PHYS226-General Physics II (**)
*Technological Competency: 0-4 Credits
(Is fulfilled with CISM125 or CISM132, which may be taken as a General Education Elective, testing or reviewed departmental portfolio.
(**) Option should be chosen by referring to the transfer institution program/degree requirements and consulting with an academic advisor.
Recommended sequence of courses:
Choose ARTS103, ARTS108, ARTS109, ARTS115, DANC170, MUSC100 or THEA110