3040 Applied Environmental Management (4) F,SPrereq.: EMS 1011, ENGL 3002 or
3101. 3 hrs. lecture; 3 hrs. lab. Applications of planning, management, and
decision making to environmental policy, systems, and management; evaluation of environmental decision making; environmental ethics; analysis of environmental issues at the local, state, and national levels.
3045 Soil Conservation (2)See AGRO 3040.
3050 Environmental Regulations and Compliance (3) F,SPrereq.: EMS 1011, ECON
2030 or AGEC 2003. Local, state, and federal environmental regulations;
enforcement of and compliance with regulations; roles of regulatory agencies.
3090 Environmental Internship (3) F,SPrereq.: permission of department and
junior standing. Credit will not be given for this course and AGRO 3090.Professional
experience in some aspect of environmental management; student must submit a proposal explaining internship goals and education component; reports, employer
evaluation, paper, and presentation are required.
4010 Applied Ecology (2)See ENVS 4010.
4020 Quantitative Risk Assessment (3) F,SPrereq.: six hours of chemistry and six hours of biological sciences, MATH 1431 or equivalent. Assessment of environmental risks; interactions of pollution/toxins with the human body; managing and predicting risks.
4030 Environmental Permit Writing (3) SPrereq.: ENGL 3002 or 3101, EMS 3040.
May not be taken for graduate credit. Permit writing; permitting process;
environmental assessment; environmental impact statements; communicating technical information.
4040 Environmental Instrumental Analysis (3) SPrereq.: CHEM 1201, 1202, 1212,
2001. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. May not be taken for graduate credit. Analysis
of pollutants in the environment; development of analytical technique; sampling
of different media including soil and water.
4055 Chemical Properties of Soil (4)See AGRO 4055.
4056 Microbial Ecology and Nutrient Cycling in Soils (4)See AGRO 4056 or BIOL 4256.
4999 Senior Project in Environmental Management (1-3) F,S,SuPrereq.: Permission of department, senior standing, and a minimum GPA of 3.00 on all course work taken in the major. This course may be repeated for up to 6 hrs. of credit. Course may not be taken for graduate credit. Student will develop and submit a research proposal to the faculty; student will work on a specific project under the supervision of a faculty member. This course is intended to prepare students for graduate work in some area of environmental management.