Environmental Mgt. Systems

Listing of Course Designations & Rubrics

Environmental Management Systems - EMS

1011 Environment and Technology: Perspective on Environmental Problems (3) See ENVS 1000.

3040 Applied Environmental Management (4) F,S Prereq.: 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.

3050 Environmental Regulations and Compliance (3) F,S Prereq.: 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,S Prereq.: 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.

4020 Quantitative Risk Assessment (3) F,S Prereq.: 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) S Prereq.: 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) S Prereq.: 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.

4999 Senior Project in Environmental Management (1-3) F,S,Su Prereq.: 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.



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