|Student ID:__________________________ Student Name:_______________________ Adviser Name:_______________________||Catalog: 2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog Program: Environmental Science Certificate Minimum Credits Required:__________________|
Environmental Science Certificate
Students that complete the Environmental Science Certificate will be able to conduct small scale environmental investigations and assist as a team member on larger, more complex systems and projects.
Those that complete both the Environmental Science and the GIS certificate programs will be able to play a pivotal role in the entry, analysis, and presentation of the environmental data collected by a multi‑discipline environmental science team.
Residency Requirement: A minimum of 9 credit hours must be earned at UNG.
|Course Name||Term Taken||Grade||Gen Ed|
|ENVS 2111K - Environmental Science I|
Select 15 hours from the following:
|BIOL 4001K - Freshwater Ecology|
|BIOL 4002K - Limnology|
|ENVS 2010 - Fundamentals of Wetland & Aquatic Ecology|
|ENVS 2010L - Fundamentals of Wetland & Aquatic Ecology Lab|
|ENVS 2112K - Environmental Science II|
|ENVS 3001K - Land Use and Conservation|
|ENVS 3002K - Soils and Hydrology|
|ENVS 3003K - Soils|
|ENVS 4003K - Hydrology|
|ENVS 4010K - Environmental Chemistry|
|ENVS 4901 - Special Topics in Environmental Science|
|ENVS 4902 - Special Topics in Environmental Science|
|ENVS 4903 - Special Topics in Environmental Science|
|GEOL 3500K - Environmental Geochemistry|
All of the courses in the Environmental Science Certificate Program are offered on the Gainesville Campus of UNG as a component of the Institute for Environmental and Spatial Analysis. Courses in the Environmental Science Certificate Program may be applied toward the Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Spatial Analysis.