Here is a list of NS electives plus a few required classes offered Fall 2019.
EES2001 Physical Geology:12:00-12:50 MWF, lab 1:00-3:50 M or lab 1:00-3:50 W Terry.
EES 2001 Physical Geology 9:30-10:50 TR, lab 1:00-3:50 T or lab 1:00-3:50 R Thornburg
EES 2051 Introduction to Data Visualization and Analysis for Earth and Environmental Science, 10:00-10:50 MWF, Davatzes (ONE OF THE MATH/QUANT OPTIONS)
BIO 2227 Principles of Ecology 12:00-12:50 MWF Freestone
BIOL 1111 Introduction to Biology I or BIOL 1911 Honors Introduction to Biology I
BIOL 2112 Introduction to Biology II or BIOL 2912 Honors Introduction to Biology II
FOR THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE: EES 2031 Introduction to Field Methods in the Earth and Environmental Sciences (Not an elective in the major), Thornburg.
NS electives: EES electives all have EES 2001 as a pre-req
EES 2061 Intro to Geochemistry, 9:00 – 9:50 MWF , Lab T 2:00 to 4:50 PM, Grandstaff.
EES 2021 Sedimentary Environments 9:30-10:50TR, lab 11:00-1:50R or 5:00-7:50R, Buynevich
EES2097(W) Process Geomorphology 11:00-12:20 TR, lab 1:00-3:50 M, Buynevich
EES 3025 Physical Hydrology 12:00-12:50 MSF, lab 1:-3:50 T or W Ravi (ONLY AN ELECTIVE IF YOU ARE ALSO TAKING Groundwater Hydrology, which is offered in the Spring. If you take both classes, one can be an elective).
Biology courses have BIO1111 and BIO2227 as a prereq
BIO3245 Marine Ecology , Jennings
BIO3307 Conservation Biology , Sewall
BIOL 3114 Evolutionary Ecology, Spigler
BIOL 4327 Biological Impacts of Global Climate Change, Behm
BIOL 3101 Evolution, Hedges.
BIOL 3316 Tropical Marine Biology which includes a ~10 day field trip to Belize in January, Lunden, instructor permission is required for enrollment.
If you see any mistakes in this list, please contact Sujith Ravi.