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Environmental Sciences Advising Clusters

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IF YOU WANT TO SEE AN EXAMPLE ON HOW TO USE THIS TEMPLATE, PLEASE CHECK: https://prezi.com/n-8ibkiw881r/number-systems/ ENVS Single Major ENVS/BIO Combined Major Course Prerequisites Initial Placement Requirements Environmental Sciences Advising Clusters Students should begin the following courses in their first year. These courses should be completed by the end of the second year:
- CHEM 1A, 1B, and 1C/N: General Chemistry
- BIOL 20A, BIOE 20B, and BIOE 20C: Introductory Biology
- ENVS 25: Political Economy and the Environment
- Pre-calculus or Pre-Statistics: AMS 2, AMS 3, MATH 3, or a score of at least 31 on the math placement exam or a score of at least 3 on the AP calculus exam.
- AMS 7/L: Statistical Methods for Biological, Environmental, and Health Sciences
- One of the following: ANTH 2: Cultural Anthropology, SOCY 1: Intro to Sociology, SOCY 10: Issues and Problems in American Society, SOCY 15: World Society, PHIL 22: Introduction to Ethical Theory, PHIL 24: Introduction to Ethics Contemporary Moral Issues, or PHIL 28: Environmental Ethics.
- Physics: PHYS 1 and 2, or PHYS 6A/L and 6B/M. Math: placement test is required unless student has satisfied math pre-requisites through AP exams or transferable courses. This indicates which math course to begin with. Chemistry self-assessment: for majors in Chemistry with a concentration in environmental chemistry, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Earth Sciences with a concentration in either environmental geology or ocean sciences, Combined Environmental Studies majors with Biology or Earth Sciences, Marine Biology, and Plant Sciences. This indicates whether to start with CHEM1P or to go straight into the general chemistry series (CHEM1A,B,&C) Overview -geared towards sustainability for human and ecological systems -courses involve physical and social sciences, writing, critical thinking, quantitative analysis, and project and team management -department has an internship program to get students involved To declare, one must:

1. Attend the declaration workshop (Mondays and Tuesdays at 10am in ISB 486)

2. Download and print the major requirement sheet listed below for the major you are declaring and prepare a tentative 4 year plan, listing all courses for the major, lower and upper division. -students typically finish pre-requisites within their first two years -four different majors: Environmental Studies Single Major, ENVS/Biology Combined Major, ENVS/Earth & Planetary Science Combined Major, ENVS/Economics Combined Major ENVS/EART Combined Major ENVS/ECON Combined Major The following courses should be begun in the first year, and should be completed by the end of the sophomore year:
- ENVS 23: Physical and Chemical Environment
- ENVS 24: General Ecology
- ENVS 25: Political Economy and the Environment
- Pre-calculus or Pre-Statistics: AMS 2, AMS 3, MATH 3, or a score of at least 31 on the math placement exam or a score of at least 3 on the AP calculus exam.
- AMS 7/L: Statistical Methods for Biological, Environmental, and Health Sciences
- One of the following: ANTH 2: Cultural Anthropology, SOCY 1: Intro to Sociology, SOCY 10: Issues and Problems in American Society, SOCY 15: World Society, PHIL 22: Introduction to Ethical Theory, PHIL 24: Introduction to Ethics Contemporary Moral Issues, or PHIL 28: Environmental Ethics. The following courses should be begun in the first year, and should be completed by the end of the sophomore year:
- CHEM 1A, 1B/M, and 1C/N: General Chemistry
- EART 5/5L: California Geology and lab, OR EART 10/L: Geologic Principles and lab, OR EART 20/L: Environmental Geology and lab
- ENVS 24: General Ecology
- ENVS 25: Political Economy and the Environment
- Math 11A and 11B OR Math 19A and 19B: Calculus
- AMS 7/L: Statistical Methods for Biological, Environmental, and Health Sciences
- PHYS 6A/L and 6B/M (or 5A/L and 5B/M): Physics
- One of the following: ANTH 2: Cultural Anthropology, SOCY 1: Intro to Sociology, SOCY 10: Issues and Problems in American Society, SOCY 15: World Society, PHIL 22: Introduction to Ethical Theory, PHIL 24: Introduction to Ethics Contemporary Moral Issues, or PHIL 28: Environmental Ethics. The following courses should be begun in the first year, and should be completed by the end of the sophomore year:
- ENVS 23: Physical and Chemical Environment
- ENVS 24: General Ecology
- ENVS 25: Political Economy and the Environment
- ECON 1: Introductory Microeconomics
- ECON 2: Introductory Macroeconomics
Students who enter as frosh and who wish to pursue this combined major are encouraged not to take ECON 1 or ECON 2 in their first term at UCSC, but to wait until their second or third term.
- ECON 11A and 11B: Mathematical Methods for Economists (also taught as AMS 11A and 11B), or MATH 11A and 11B: Calculus
- AMS 5 or AMS 7/L: Statistical Methods
- One of the following: ANTH 2: Cultural Anthropology, SOCY 1: Intro to Sociology, SOCY 10: Issues and Problems in American Society, SOCY 15: World Society, PHIL 22: Introduction to Ethical Theory, PHIL 24: Introduction to Ethics Contemporary Moral Issues, or PHIL 28: Environmental Ethics. Disqualification Policy ENVS Single Major failure of 2 of the following intro classes or 1 of the following intro classes twice:
ENVS 23, 24, 25
AMS 2/3 or Math 3
AMS 7/L
ANTH 2, or PHIL 21, 22, 24, 28, or 80G, or SOC 1, 10, 15
ENVS 100/L failure of 3 or more upper-division requirements ENVS/ECON Combined Major failure of 2 of the following intro classes or 1 of the following intro classes twice:
ENVS 23, 24, 25
ECON 1, 2, 11A, 11B
ANTH 2, or PHIL 21, 22, 24, 28, or 80G, or SOC 1, 10, 15
ENVS 100/L failure of 3 or more upper division classes ENVS/BIO Students are subject to both the disqualification policies for the Environmental Studies single major and the Biology majors. ENVS/EART failure of 2 of the following intro classes or 1 of the following intro classes twice:
ENVS24 or BIOE20C
ENVS25
CHEM1A
AMS2/3 or MATH3
AMS7/L
ENVS100/L failure of 2 of the following intro classes or 1 of the following intro classes twice:
ENVS 25
BIOE20C
BIOL20A
CHEM1A
AMS2/3 or Math 3
AMS7/L
ENVS100/L failure of 3 or more upper-division requirements failure of 3 or more upper-division requirements Career Prospects wildlife ecology
environmental consulting
urban, regional, & land-use planning
Environmental Protection Agency
landscape design/maintenance
environmental law
international construction and development
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