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2013-2014 CSULB University Catalog

2013-2014 University Catalog Roadmaps - College of Liberal Arts

Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Science and Policy - 4 Year Plan

Four Year Plan - 120 Units Required

Course
Units
Course
Units
Semester 1
Semester 2

Composition or Oral Comm
GE Class
POSC 100 (GE D1b) or other GE Class
Lower Division major elective (GE B3)*

3
3
3
3

Oral Comm or Composition
MATH 115 or 119A or 122 (GE B2)
GE Class or POSC 100 (GE D1b)
Critical Thinking
GEOL 102 & 104 (GE B1b)

3
3-4
3
3
4
Total Units
12
Total Units
16-17
Semester 3
Semester 4

BIOL 200 (GE B1a) or BIOL 211
ECON 100 (GE D2)
CHEM 140 or 111A or GEOL 191
GE Class or POSC 100 (GE D1b)

4
3
3-5
3

ECON 101 (GE D2)
ES_P 200
GEOL 280
BIOL 260**
GE Class or POSC 100 (GE D1b)

3
3
3
3
3
Total Units
14-16
Total Units
15
Semester 5
Semester 6

ES_P 300
POSC 328 (GE D2) or 329 or 431 or 432
ECON 310
BIOL 350**
Elective Course

3
3
3
3
3

GEOL 300I (GE Capstone)
GEOG 442, 447, 455, or 458
ECON 462, 463, or 464
HIST 464I or ENGL 444 or A/ST 350 or WGSS424
Internship, field, or service course****

3
3
3
3
3
Total Units
15
Total Units
15
Semester 7
Semester 8

GEOG 481 or 473***
GE Capstone Course
Upper Division Major Elective (3 of 6 units)
Upper Division Major Elective (3 of 6 units)
Elective Course

4
3
3
3
2

ESP 400
GE Class
Elective
Elective
Elective

3
3
3
3
3
Total Units
15
Total Units
15

At least 12 units of the the major electives must be in upper division courses.

*Lower division ES&P major electives include GEOG 140 or BIOL 100 or any introductory ENV Science or Studies course at another institution

**Students may be allowed to substitute BIOL 200 and MATH 115 for the prerequisites for BIOL 260 and 350. See advisor.

***GEOG 473 requires GEOG 200 and 280 as prerequisite courses. BIOL 260 can substitute for GEOG 200.

****GEOG 492, ES&P 495, and NSCI 492 are approved internship courses;

  • ANTH 450, BIOL 457 or 459 or GEOG 443 or 448 or 486 are approved field courses
  • ENGL 444, HIST 482i, or any ES&P approved course that also meets Service Learning credit qualify as ES&P service courses