Environmental Technology Degree

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Environmental Technology Degree

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The world of environmental sciences has changed dramatically with the advent of new technologies. Our Environmental Technology concentration offers students the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in technologies related to many natural resource fields. Students are required to take general science, math, and writing courses. Students are also required to master basic surveying and GPS skills, and advanced skills in GIS. To put these environmental technology courses into context, we teach our students how natural systems work so that they can apply their technology skills appropriately. Our natural sciences classes include the subjects of geology, hydrology, and a tree and shrub course where students will learn to identify over 100 tree and shrub species native to our area!


ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE DEGREE

First Year
Fall Semester Lec Lab Cr
BCHE111 Chemistry 3 2 4
BENG120 College Composition 4 0 4
BFOR211 Introduction to Tree and Shrub Identification 0 2 1
BGIS112 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems 2 2 3
BMAT120 Topics in Applied College Math 3 0 3
  OR      
BMAT180 Pre-Calculus 4 0 4
  Semester Total  12/13 6 15/16
 
Spring Semester   Lec Lab Cr
BBIO111 Biology 3 2 4
BENG211 Technical Writing 3 0 3
BENV110 Introduction to Environmental Science 3 2 4
BFOR120 Forestry Resources 3 2 4
BGIS213 Remote Sensing and Digital Image Processing 2 2 3
  Semester Total  14 8 18
First Year Total        33/34
 

Second Year
 
Fall Semester   Lec Lab Cr
BCHE113 Environmental Sampling and Analysis 3 2 4
BCOM126 Introduction to CAD 1 4 3
BGIS211 Geographic Information Systems Applications 2 2 3
BHUM120 Environmental Issues 3 0 3
BSUR111 Methods of Surveying 2 2 3
BSUR219 Global Positioning Systems 2 2 3
  Semester Total  13 12 19
 
 
Spring Semester   Lec Lab Cr
BENV116 Water Resources and Hydrology 3 2 4
BENV210 Environmental Project 1 4 3
BGEO112 Geology and Soils 3 2 4
BSOC120 Introduction to Economics and Sustainability 2 2 3
BSUR115 Surveying and Mapping Techniques 2 4 4
  Semester Total  11 14 18
  Second Year Total     37
  Total for A.S. Degree     70/71

 

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