Southeast Missouri State University - Environmental Science Program
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Cape Girardeau, MO 63701
The Environmental Science Program at Southeast Missouri State University is a science-intensive program that consists of core courses required of every Environmental Science major and an option area in biology, business, chemistry, environmental health, geoprocessing and soils, or policy and communication. The curriculum is designed to provide environmental science majors with fundamental knowledge of the scientific, social, ethical, legal, economic, and medical aspects of environmental issues. The core of courses includes approximately 60 credit hours covering the following areas: Biology, Chemistry, Economics, Environmental Science, Geosciences, Mathematics, Physics, and English.
• Biology option
• Business Option
• Chemistry Option
• Environmental Health Option
• Geoprocessing and Soils Option
• Policy and Communication Option
• Emergency Preparedness Degree
• Emergency Preparedness Degree Online
Environmental Science Minor (for non-science majors) Requirements:
This minor is intended for all academic majors other than agriculture, biology, chemistry, geosciences, industrial technology, or physics.
This minor consists of 20-22 semester hours of course work to provide an introduction to contemporary environmental issues of concern and importance and enhance the natural science experience of students in a manner which facilitates their understanding of environmental issues.