Environmental Education Concentration

Students in this concentration will be prepared for employment in a variety of settings, including working at outdoor education, environmental, and nature centers; as naturalists or interpreters in federal, state, or local parks; conducting nature or environmentally-oriented activities for municipal or community recreation programs; as summer camp nature specialists; and as school and college workshop leaders and curriculum consultants. Students can also pursue advanced degrees in outdoor education and environmental education.

Required Courses

Credits

Semester

BIO-1210

Introduction to Biology OR

 

 

BIO-1211

Introduction to Biology: Ecology & Evolution

4

__________

BIO-2340

Fundamentals of Ecology

4

__________

ENV-1050

Introduction to Earth Science

4

__________

ENV-3220

Environmental Interpretation

3

__________

ENV-3230

National Parks and Wilderness Management

3

__________

ENV-4010

Global Environmental Issues

3

__________

Natural Science Field Course (Choose one of the following)

BIO-2145

Plant Biology

4

__________

BIO-3110

Field Ornithology

3

__________

BIO-3310

Wildlife Field Methods

4

__________

GEY-3120

Field Geology

4

__________

Total

 

24-25