Geospatial and Environmental Analysis Option

Freshman YearCredits
ENSC 110 - Land Resources and Environmental Sciences3  
BIOB 170IN - Principles of Biological Diversity4  
CHMY 141 - College Chemistry I
& CHMY 142 - College Chemistry I Lab
WRIT 101W - College Writing I3  
BIOB 160 - Principles of Living Systems  4
CHMY 143 - College Chemistry II
& CHMY 144 - College Chemistry II Lab
M 161Q - Survey of Calculus  4
US Core  3
Year Total: 14 15
Sophomore YearCredits
ENSC 245IN - Soils3  
ERTH 101IN - Earth System Sciences4  
GPHY 284 - Intro to GIS Science & Cartog 3  
STAT 216Q - Introduction to Statistics3  
Univ. Core3  
ENSC 210 - Role of Plants in the Environment  3
ENSC 260 - Evolution for Env Scientists  3
WRIT 201 - College Writing II
or HONR 202IH - Texts and Critics: Knowledge & Imagination II
PHSX 205 - College Physics I  4
STAT 337 - Intermediate Statistics with Introduction to Statistical Computing  3
Year Total: 16 16
Junior YearCredits
ENSC 353 - Environmental Biogeochemistry3  
BIOE 370 - General Ecology 3  
GPHY 357 - GPS Fund/App in Mapping3  
Univ. Core3  
Directed Elective3  
GPHY 384 - Adv GIS and Spatial Analysis  3
ENSC 311 - Fundamentals of Environmental Data Analysis  3
Univ. Core  3
Directed Electives  6
Year Total: 15 15
Senior YearCredits
ENSC 444 - Watershed Hydrology3  
ENSC 454 - Landscape Pedology3  
Take one of the following:3  
ENSC 407 - Environmental Risk Assessment
GPHY 329 - Environment and Society
GPHY 402 - Water and Society
PSCI 448 - The Politics of Climate Change
WILD 420 - Range & Wildlife Policy and Planning
Univ. Core3  
Directed Elective3  
GPHY 429R - Applied Remote Sensing  3
GPHY 484R - Applied GIS & Spatial Analysis  3
ENSC 499R - LRES Capstone  3
Directed Elective  5
Year Total: 15 14
Total Program Credits: 120
Directed Electives
Each student shall work closely with their faculty advisor to plan an integrated set of elective courses appropriate to their academic, professional and personal goals. Courses not on this list may be used IF considered appropriate to the student's goals AND approved by the faculty advisor as a curricular exception. Students choosing to take lower level courses (1xx/2xx) for directed electives should be sure they are meeting the university minimum requirement of 42 credits of upper level classes (3xx/4xx) for graduation.
Choose 17 credits from the following:
AGSC 401Integrated Pest Management3
AGSC 428Cropping Systems and Sustainable Agriculture3
BIOE 375Ecological Responses to Climate Change3
BIOE 408Rocky Mountain Vegetation3
BIOE 416Alpine Ecology3
BIOE 421Yellowstone Wildlife Ecology3
BIOE 422Insect Ecology3
BIOE 427RNResearch in Freshwater Ecology3
BIOE 428Freshwater Ecology3
BIOE 440RConservation Biology3
BIOE 445Macrosystems Ecology: Linking Plants, Animals, and Ecosystems Across Scales3
BIOE 455Plant Ecology3
BIOM 415Microbial Diversity, Ecology, and Evolution3
BIOM 421Concepts of Plant Pathology3
BIOM 423Mycology3
BIOM 452Soil & Envirnmntl Microbiology3
BIOM 465Plant-Pathogen Interactions3
BIOO 433Plant Physiology3
BIOO 435Plant Systematics3
ECNS 332Econ of Natural Resources3
ENSC 407Environmental Risk Assessment3
ENSC 410RBiodiversity Survey and Monitoring Methods3
ENSC 443Weed Ecology and Management3
ENSC 445Watershed Analysis3
ENSC 448Stream Restoration Ecology3
ENSC 458Teaching Applications in LRES1-3
ENSC 460Soil Remediation3
ENSC 461Restoration Ecology3
ENSC 468Ecosystem Biogeochem and Global Change3
ERTH 303Weather and Climate3
ERTH 307Principles of Geomorphology4
GPHY 121DHuman Geography3
GPHY 329Environment and Society3
GPHY 358GPS Mapping Srvc Learning1
GPHY 402Water and Society3
GPHY 411Biogeography3
NRSM 330Fire Ecology and Mgmt3
NRSM 421Holistic Thought/Mgmt4
NRSM 455Riparian Ecology & Management3
SOCI 470Environmental Sociology3
SRVY 230Intro to Surveying for Engineers3
SRVY 375Analytic Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing3
STAT 408Statistical Computing and Graphical Analysis3
STAT 411Methods for Data Analysis I3
STAT 412Methods for Data Analysis II3

Because some of our courses are offered during alternate years, the proposed scheduling of courses in junior and senior years may need to be modified. Work with your advisor for your individual schedule.

A minimum of 120 credits is required for graduation; at least 42 of these credits must be in courses numbered 300 and above.