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Transfer Articulation Guidelines (TAG)

Course Equivalents for SUNY College off Environmental Science and Forestry

The following Transfer Articulation Guidelines (TAG) display the lower division course requirements for all ESF majors for students entering in the fall 2002 semester or after. Students should match the lower division requirements with the list of approved course equivalents at Syracuse University.

Associate Degree Programs at The Ranger School Campus

Environmental and Natural Resources Conservation

Students interested in the 1+1 articulation agreement into one of the Associate Degree Programs at the Ranger School should complete the following courses:

Associate in Applied Science Degree Freshman Year: All Students (Completed at a college of the student's choice)

Biology w/ Lab 4 credits BIO123
Biology w/ Lab or Chemistry I w/ Lab or Physics I w/ Lab 4 credits BIO121 or CHE106+CHE107 or PHYS101
Electives 10 credits * See chart below
English w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits WRT105
Government/Policy 3 credits ECN101 or ECN102 or PSC121 or PSC122
Literature w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits ETS107 or ETS113 or ETS114 or ETS115 or ETS117 or ETS118 or ETS119 or ETS121 or ETS122 or ETS142 or ETS145 or ETS151 or ETS152 or ETS153 or ETS154 or ETS155 or ETS181 or ETS182 or ETS235 or ETS236 or ETS242 or LIT101 or LIT102 or LIT131
Trigonometry 3 credits MAT194 or MAT285

Forest Technology

Students interested in the 1+1 articulation agreement into one of the Associate Degree Programs at the Ranger School should complete the following courses:

Associate in Applied Science Degree Freshman Year: All Students (Completed at a college of the student's choice)

Biology w/ Lab 4 credits BIO123
Biology w/ Lab or Chemistry I w/ Lab or Physics I w/ Lab 4 credits BIO121 or CHE106+CHE107 or PHYS101
Economics 3 credits ECN101 or ECN102
English w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits WRT105
Literature w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits ETS107 or ETS113 or ETS114 or ETS115 or ETS117 or ETS118 or ETS119 or ETS121 or ETS122 or ETS142 or ETS145 or ETS151 or ETS152 or ETS153 or ETS154 or ETS155 or ETS181 or ETS182 or ETS235 or ETS236 or ETS242 or LIT101 or LIT102 or LIT131
Electives 10 credits * See chart below
Trigonometry 3 credits MAT194 or MAT285

Land Surveying Technology

Associate in Applied Science Degree Freshman Year: All Students (Completed at a college of the student's choice)

Biology I w/ Lab 4 credits BIO121 or BIO123
Physics I w/ Lab 4 credits PHY101
Economics 3 credits ECN101 or ECN102
English w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits WRT105
Literature w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits ETS107 or ETS113 or ETS114 or ETS115 or ETS117 or ETS118 or ETS119 or ETS121 or ETS122 or ETS142 or ETS145 or ETS151 or ETS152 or ETS153 or ETS154 or ETS155 or ETS181 or ETS182 or ETS235 or ETS236 or ETS242 or LIT101 or LIT102 or LIT131
Electives 10 credits * See chart below
Trigonometry 3 credits MAT194 or MAT285

* Students planning to continue in the B.S. degree program in Forest Resources Management, Natural Resources Management, or Forest Ecosystem Science after earning an A.A.S. degree in Forest Technology are recommended to select from the following courses as free electives:

Ecology 4 credits BIO451 & BIO453
Physics I w/ Lab 4 credits PHY101
Principles of Management 3 credits SOM122
Probability & Statistics 3 credits MAT221
Public Speaking 3 credits NAS325

Complete 6 credit hours in two of the five following general education categories:

American History: HST101 or HST102 or HST302 or HST305 or HST306 or HST307 or HST308 or HST310 or HST311 or HST338 or HST339 or HST340

Foreign Language: ARB101 or ARB102 or ARB201 or ARB202 or CHI101 or CHI102 or CHI201 or CHI202 or FRE101 or FRE102 or FRE201 or FRE202 or GER101 or GER102 or GER201 or GER202 or GRE101 or GRE102 or HEB101 or HEB102 or HEB102 or HEB201 or HEB202 or HIN101 or HIN102 or HIN201 or HIN202 or ITA101 or ITA102 or ITA102 or ITA115 or ITA116 or ITA201 or ITA202 or ITA215 or ITA216 or JPS101 or JPS102 or JPS201 or JPS202 or JPS202 or LAT101 or LAT102 or LAT201 or POL101 or POL102 or POL201 or POL202 or PRS101 or PRS102 or RUS101 or RUS102 or RUS201 or RUS202 or SPA101 or SPA102 or SPA201 or SPA202

Other World Civilization: HST121 or HST122 or HST210 or HST318 or HST319 or HST320 or HST321 or HST322 or HST323 or HST324 or HST325 or HST326 or HST327 or HST328 or HST329 or MES165 or MES318 or MES319

The Arts: ARC101 or ARC133 or ARC134 or any 3 credit APH prefixed course or any 3 credit ART prefixed course or any 3 credit CER prefixed course or any 3 credit DRA prefixed course or any 3 credit DRD prefixed course or any 3 credit DRM prefixed course or any 3 credit FIL prefixed course or any 3 credit MLH prefixed course or any 3 credit MTC prefixed course or any 3 credit PTG prefixed course or any 3 credit SCU prefixed course

Western Civilization: HST111 or HST112 or HST211 or HST310 or HST311 or HST314 or HST315 or HST316 or HST355 or HST356 or HST357 or HST359 or HST360 or HST361 or HST362 or HST363 or HST364 or HST365 or HST375 or HST376 or REL101 or REL102 or ANT111 or ANT121

6 credits  

Bachelor Degree Programs at the Syracuse Campus

Aquatic and Fisheries Science

Biology I & II w/ Lab 8 credits BIO123 & BIO121
Calculus I 4 credits MAT285 or MAT295
Chemistry I & II w/ Lab 8 credits CHE106+CHE107 & CHE116+CHE117
Economics 3 credits ECN101 or ECN102
Electives 7 credits  
English w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits WRT105
Literature w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits ETS107 or ETS113 or ETS114 or ETS115 or ETS117 or ETS118 or ETS119 or ETS121 or ETS122 or ETS142 or ETS145 or ETS151 or ETS152 or ETS153 or ETS154 or ETS155 or ETS181 or ETS182 or ETS235 or ETS236 or ETS242 or LIT101 or LIT102 or LIT131
Organic Chemistry I w/ Lab 4 credits CHE275+CHE276
Organic Chemistry II or Physics II or Calculus II 4 credits CHE285+CHE286 or PHY102 or MAT286 or MAT296
Physics I w/ Lab 4 credits PHY101

Complete 6 credit hours in two of the five following general education categories:

American History: HST101 or HST102 or HST302 or HST305 or HST306 or HST307 or HST308 or HST310 or HST311 or HST338 or HST339 or HST340

Foreign Language: ARB101 or ARB102 or ARB201 or ARB202 or CHI101 or CHI102 or CHI201 or CHI202 or FRE101 or FRE102 or FRE201 or FRE202 or GER101 or GER102 or GER201 or GER202 or GRE101 or GRE102 or HEB101 or HEB102 or HEB102 or HEB201 or HEB202 or HIN101 or HIN102 or HIN201 or HIN202 or ITA101 or ITA102 or ITA102 or ITA115 or ITA116 or ITA201 or ITA202 or ITA215 or ITA216 or JPS101 or JPS102 or JPS201 or JPS202 or JPS202 or LAT101 or LAT102 or LAT201 or POL101 or POL102 or POL201 or POL202 or PRS101 or PRS102 or RUS101 or RUS102 or RUS201 or RUS202 or SPA101 or SPA102 or SPA201 or SPA202

Other World Civilization: HST121 or HST122 or HST210 or HST318 or HST319 or HST320 or HST321 or HST322 or HST323 or HST324 or HST325 or HST326 or HST327 or HST328 or HST329 or MES165 or MES318 or MES319

The Arts: ARC101 or ARC133 or ARC134 or any 3 credit APH prefixed course or any 3 credit ART prefixed course or any 3 credit CER prefixed course or any 3 credit DRA prefixed course or any 3 credit DRD prefixed course or any 3 credit DRM prefixed course or any 3 credit FIL prefixed course or any 3 credit MLH prefixed course or any 3 credit MTC prefixed course or any 3 credit PTG prefixed course or any 3 credit SCU prefixed course

Western Civilization: HST111 or HST112 or HST211 or HST310 or HST311 or HST314 or HST315 or HST316 or HST355 or HST356 or HST357 or HST359 or HST360 or HST361 or HST362 or HST363 or HST364 or HST365 or HST375 or HST376 or REL101 or REL102 or ANT111 or ANT121

6 credits  

Additional credit will be granted for Statistics MAT221 and Ecology BIO451 & BIO453.

Bioprocess Engineering

Biology II w/ Lab or Zoology w/ Lab 8 credits BIO121
Calculus I, II, III 12 credits MAT295 & MAT296 & MAT397
Chemistry I & II w/ Lab 8 credits CHE106+CHE107 & CHE116+CHE117
Computer Programming 3 credits ECS102 or CPS196 or CPS335 or CIS252 or EST245
Differential Equations 3 credits MAT485
Economics 3 credits ECN101 or ECN102
English w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits WRT105
Literature w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits ETS107 or ETS113 or ETS114 or ETS115 or ETS117 or ETS118 or ETS119 or ETS121 or ETS122 or ETS142 or ETS145 or ETS151 or ETS152 or ETS153 or ETS154 or ETS155 or ETS181 or ETS182 or ETS235 or ETS236 or ETS242 or LIT101 or LIT102 or LIT131
Organic Chemistry I & II w/ Lab 8 credits CHE275+CHE276 & CHE285+CHE286
Physics I w/ Lab 4 credits PHY211+PHY221

Complete 6 credit hours in two of the four following general education categories:

American History: HST101 or HST102 or HST302 or HST305 or HST306 or HST307 or HST308 or HST310 or HST311 or HST338 or HST339 or HST340

Other World Civilization: HST121 or HST122 or HST210 or HST318 or HST319 or HST320 or HST321 or HST322 or HST323 or HST324 or HST325 or HST326 or HST327 or HST328 or HST329 or MES165 or MES318 or MES319

The Arts: ARC101 or ARC133 or ARC134 or any 3 credit APH prefixed course or any 3 credit ART prefixed course or any 3 credit CER prefixed course or any 3 credit DRA prefixed course or any 3 credit DRD prefixed course or any 3 credit DRM prefixed course or any 3 credit FIL prefixed course or any 3 credit MLH prefixed course or any 3 credit MTC prefixed course or any 3 credit PTG prefixed course or any 3 credit SCU prefixed course

Western Civilization: HST111 or HST112 or HST211 or HST310 or HST311 or HST314 or HST315 or HST316 or HST355 or HST356 or HST357 or HST359 or HST360 or HST361 or HST362 or HST363 or HST364 or HST365 or HST375 or HST376 or REL101 or REL102 or ANT111 or ANT121

6 credits  

Biotechnology

Biology I & II w/ Lab 8 credits BIO123 & BIO121
Calculus I & II 8 credits MAT285 & MAT286 or MAT295 & MAT296
Chemistry I & II w/ Lab 8 credits CHE106+CHE107 & CHE116+CHE117
English w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits WRT105
Genetics w/ Lab 4 credits BIO326
Literature w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits ETS107 or ETS113 or ETS114 or ETS115 or ETS117 or ETS118 or ETS119 or ETS121 or ETS122 or ETS142 or ETS145 or ETS151 or ETS152 or ETS153 or ETS154 or ETS155 or ETS181 or ETS182 or ETS235 or ETS236 or ETS242 or LIT101 or LIT102 or LIT131
Microbiology (Environmental Microbiology) 4 credits BIO409
Organic Chemistry I & II w/ Lab 8 credits CHE275+CHE276 & CHE285+CHE286
Physics I & II w/ Lab 8 credits PHY101 & PHY102

Complete 9 credit hours in three of the six following general education categories:

American History: HST101 or HST102 or HST302 or HST305 or HST306 or HST307 or HST308 or HST310 or HST311 or HST338 or HST339 or HST340

Foreign Language: ARB101 or ARB102 or ARB201 or ARB202 or CHI101 or CHI102 or CHI201 or CHI202 or FRE101 or FRE102 or FRE201 or FRE202 or GER101 or GER102 or GER201 or GER202 or GRE101 or GRE102 or HEB101 or HEB102 or HEB102 or HEB201 or HEB202 or HIN101 or HIN102 or HIN201 or HIN202 or ITA101 or ITA102 or ITA102 or ITA115 or ITA116 or ITA201 or ITA202 or ITA215 or ITA216 or JPS101 or JPS102 or JPS201 or JPS202 or JPS202 or LAT101 or LAT102 or LAT201 or POL101 or POL102 or POL201 or POL202 or PRS101 or PRS102 or RUS101 or RUS102 or RUS201 or RUS202 or SPA101 or SPA102 or SPA201 or SPA202

Other World Civilization: HST121 or HST122 or HST210 or HST318 or HST319 or HST320 or HST321 or HST322 or HST323 or HST324 or HST325 or HST326 or HST327 or HST328 or HST329 or MES165 or MES318 or MES319

Social Science: any 3 credits course with a PSY, SOC, ECN, or HST prefix

The Arts: ARC101 or ARC133 or ARC134 or any 3 credit APH prefixed course or any 3 credit ART prefixed course or any 3 credit CER prefixed course or any 3 credit DRA prefixed course or any 3 credit DRD prefixed course or any 3 credit DRM prefixed course or any 3 credit FIL prefixed course or any 3 credit MLH prefixed course or any 3 credit MTC prefixed course or any 3 credit PTG prefixed course or any 3 credit SCU prefixed course

Western Civilization: HST111 or HST112 or HST211 or HST310 or HST311 or HST314 or HST315 or HST316 or HST355 or HST356 or HST357 or HST359 or HST360 or HST361 or HST362 or HST363 or HST364 or HST365 or HST375 or HST376 or REL101 or REL102 or ANT111 or ANT121

9 credits  

Additional credit will be granted for Ecology BIO451+BIO453 and Statistics MAT221.

Chemistry

Biology I & II w/ Lab 8 credits BIO123 & BIO121
Calculus I & II 8 credits MAT285 & MAT286 or MAT295 & MAT296
Chemistry I & II w/ Lab 8 credits CHE106+CHE107 & CHE116+CHE117
Computer Applications 3 credits CPS181
English w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits WRT105
Literature w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits ETS107 or ETS113 or ETS114 or ETS115 or ETS117 or ETS118 or ETS119 or ETS121 or ETS122 or ETS142 or ETS145 or ETS151 or ETS152 or ETS153 or ETS154 or ETS155 or ETS181 or ETS182 or ETS235 or ETS236 or ETS242 or LIT101 or LIT102 or LIT131
Math Elective 3 credits * See note below
Organic Chemistry I & II w/ Lab 8 credits CHE275+CHE276 & CHE285+CHE286
Physics I & II w/ Lab 8 credits PHY101 & PHY102

Complete 9 credit hours in three of the six following general education categories:

American History: HST101 or HST102 or HST302 or HST305 or HST306 or HST307 or HST308 or HST310 or HST311 or HST338 or HST339 or HST340

Foreign Language: ARB101 or ARB102 or ARB201 or ARB202 or CHI101 or CHI102 or CHI201 or CHI202 or FRE101 or FRE102 or FRE201 or FRE202 or GER101 or GER102 or GER201 or GER202 or GRE101 or GRE102 or HEB101 or HEB102 or HEB102 or HEB201 or HEB202 or HIN101 or HIN102 or HIN201 or HIN202 or ITA101 or ITA102 or ITA102 or ITA115 or ITA116 or ITA201 or ITA202 or ITA215 or ITA216 or JPS101 or JPS102 or JPS201 or JPS202 or JPS202 or LAT101 or LAT102 or LAT201 or POL101 or POL102 or POL201 or POL202 or PRS101 or PRS102 or RUS101 or RUS102 or RUS201 or RUS202 or SPA101 or SPA102 or SPA201 or SPA202

Other World Civilization: HST121 or HST122 or HST210 or HST318 or HST319 or HST320 or HST321 or HST322 or HST323 or HST324 or HST325 or HST326 or HST327 or HST328 or HST329 or MES165 or MES318 or MES319

Social Science: any 3 credits course with a PSY, SOC, ECN, or HST prefix

The Arts: ARC101 or ARC133 or ARC134 or any 3 credit APH prefixed course or any 3 credit ART prefixed course or any 3 credit CER prefixed course or any 3 credit DRA prefixed course or any 3 credit DRD prefixed course or any 3 credit DRM prefixed course or any 3 credit FIL prefixed course or any 3 credit MLH prefixed course or any 3 credit MTC prefixed course or any 3 credit PTG prefixed course or any 3 credit SCU prefixed course

Western Civilization: HST111 or HST112 or HST211 or HST310 or HST311 or HST314 or HST315 or HST316 or HST355 or HST356 or HST357 or HST359 or HST360 or HST361 or HST362 or HST363 or HST364 or HST365 or HST375 or HST376 or REL101 or REL102 or ANT111 or ANT121

9 credits  

* Examples of math electives are calculus III (recommended), statistics, differential equations, and linear algebra. Please consult the SUNY-ESF Admissions Office for assistance with course selection.

Conservation Biology

Biology I & II w/ Lab 8 credits BIO123 & BIO121
Calculus I 4 credits MAT285 or MAT295
Chemistry I & II w/ Lab 8 credits CHE106+CHE107 & CHE116+CHE117
Ecology 4 credits BIO451 & BIO453
Electives 15 credits  
English w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits WRT105
Genetics 4 credits BIO326
Global Environment 3 credits Not offered
Literature w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits ETS107 or ETS113 or ETS114 or ETS115 or ETS117 or ETS118 or ETS119 or ETS121 or ETS122 or ETS142 or ETS145 or ETS151 or ETS152 or ETS153 or ETS154 or ETS155 or ETS181 or ETS182 or ETS235 or ETS236 or ETS242 or LIT101 or LIT102 or LIT131
Physics I w/ Lab 3 credits PHY101
Probability and Statistics 3 credits MAT221

Complete 6 credit hours in two of the five following general education categories:

American History: HST101 or HST102 or HST302 or HST305 or HST306 or HST307 or HST308 or HST310 or HST311 or HST338 or HST339 or HST340

Foreign Language: ARB101 or ARB102 or ARB201 or ARB202 or CHI101 or CHI102 or CHI201 or CHI202 or FRE101 or FRE102 or FRE201 or FRE202 or GER101 or GER102 or GER201 or GER202 or GRE101 or GRE102 or HEB101 or HEB102 or HEB102 or HEB201 or HEB202 or HIN101 or HIN102 or HIN201 or HIN202 or ITA101 or ITA102 or ITA102 or ITA115 or ITA116 or ITA201 or ITA202 or ITA215 or ITA216 or JPS101 or JPS102 or JPS201 or JPS202 or JPS202 or LAT101 or LAT102 or LAT201 or POL101 or POL102 or POL201 or POL202 or PRS101 or PRS102 or RUS101 or RUS102 or RUS201 or RUS202 or SPA101 or SPA102 or SPA201 or SPA202

Other World Civilization: HST121 or HST122 or HST210 or HST318 or HST319 or HST320 or HST321 or HST322 or HST323 or HST324 or HST325 or HST326 or HST327 or HST328 or HST329 or MES165 or MES318 or MES319

The Arts: ARC101 or ARC133 or ARC134 or any 3 credit APH prefixed course or any 3 credit ART prefixed course or any 3 credit CER prefixed course or any 3 credit DRA prefixed course or any 3 credit DRD prefixed course or any 3 credit DRM prefixed course or any 3 credit FIL prefixed course or any 3 credit MLH prefixed course or any 3 credit MTC prefixed course or any 3 credit PTG prefixed course or any 3 credit SCU prefixed course

Western Civilization: HST111 or HST112 or HST211 or HST310 or HST311 or HST314 or HST315 or HST316 or HST355 or HST356 or HST357 or HST359 or HST360 or HST361 or HST362 or HST363 or HST364 or HST365 or HST375 or HST376 or REL101 or REL102 or ANT111 or ANT121

6 credits  

Construction Management

Calculus I 4 credits MAT285 or MAT295
Chemistry I w/ Lab 4 credits CHE106+CHE107
Computer Applications 1 credits CPS181
Economics 3 credits ECN101 or ECN102
English w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits WRT105
Financial Accounting 3 credits ACC151
Literature w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits ETS107 or ETS113 or ETS114 or ETS115 or ETS117 or ETS118 or ETS119 or ETS121 or ETS122 or ETS142 or ETS145 or ETS151 or ETS152 or ETS153 or ETS154 or ETS155 or ETS181 or ETS182 or ETS235 or ETS236 or ETS242 or LIT101 or LIT102 or LIT131
Managerial Accounting 3 credits ACC252
Physics w/ Lab 4 credits PHY101
Pre-Calculus or Elective 3 credits MAT194
Principles of Management 3 credits SOM122
Probability and Statistics 3 credits MAT221
Public Speaking 2 credits NAS325
Related discipline electives and/or liberal arts electives 15 credits  

Complete 6 credit hours in two of the four following general education categories:

American History: HST101 or HST102 or HST302 or HST305 or HST306 or HST307 or HST308 or HST310 or HST311 or HST338 or HST339 or HST340

Other World Civilization: HST121 or HST122 or HST210 or HST318 or HST319 or HST320 or HST321 or HST322 or HST323 or HST324 or HST325 or HST326 or HST327 or HST328 or HST329 or MES165 or MES318 or MES319

The Arts: ARC101 or ARC133 or ARC134 or any 3 credit APH prefixed course or any 3 credit ART prefixed course or any 3 credit CER prefixed course or any 3 credit DRA prefixed course or any 3 credit DRD prefixed course or any 3 credit DRM prefixed course or any 3 credit FIL prefixed course or any 3 credit MLH prefixed course or any 3 credit MTC prefixed course or any 3 credit PTG prefixed course or any 3 credit SCU prefixed course

Western Civilization: HST111 or HST112 or HST211 or HST310 or HST311 or HST314 or HST315 or HST316 or HST355 or HST356 or HST357 or HST359 or HST360 or HST361 or HST362 or HST363 or HST364 or HST365 or HST375 or HST376 or REL101 or REL102 or ANT111 or ANT121

6 credits  

Environmental Biology

Biology I & II w/ Lab 8 credits BIO123 & BIO121
Calculus I 4 credits MAT285 or MAT295
Chemistry I & II w/ Lab 8 credits CHE106+CHE107 & CHE116+CHE117
Ecology 4 credits BIO451+BIO453
Electives 7 credits  
English w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits WRT105
Genetics 4 credits BIO326
Global Environment 3 credits Not offered
Literature w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits ETS107 or ETS113 or ETS114 or ETS115 or ETS117 or ETS118 or ETS119 or ETS121 or ETS122 or ETS142 or ETS145 or ETS151 or ETS152 or ETS153 or ETS154 or ETS155 or ETS181 or ETS182 or ETS235 or ETS236 or ETS242 or LIT101 or LIT102 or LIT131
Organic Chemistry I w/ Lab 4 credits CHE275+CHE276
Physics I w/ Lab 3 credits PHY101
Organic Chemistry II or Physics II or Calculus II 4 credits CHE285+CHE286 or PHY102 or MAT286 or MAT296
Probability and Statistics 3 credits MAT221

Complete 6 credit hours in two of the five following general education categories:

American History: HST101 or HST102 or HST302 or HST305 or HST306 or HST307 or HST308 or HST310 or HST311 or HST338 or HST339 or HST340

Foreign Language: ARB101 or ARB102 or ARB201 or ARB202 or CHI101 or CHI102 or CHI201 or CHI202 or FRE101 or FRE102 or FRE201 or FRE202 or GER101 or GER102 or GER201 or GER202 or GRE101 or GRE102 or HEB101 or HEB102 or HEB102 or HEB201 or HEB202 or HIN101 or HIN102 or HIN201 or HIN202 or ITA101 or ITA102 or ITA102 or ITA115 or ITA116 or ITA201 or ITA202 or ITA215 or ITA216 or JPS101 or JPS102 or JPS201 or JPS202 or JPS202 or LAT101 or LAT102 or LAT201 or POL101 or POL102 or POL201 or POL202 or PRS101 or PRS102 or RUS101 or RUS102 or RUS201 or RUS202 or SPA101 or SPA102 or SPA201 or SPA202

Other World Civilization: HST121 or HST122 or HST210 or HST318 or HST319 or HST320 or HST321 or HST322 or HST323 or HST324 or HST325 or HST326 or HST327 or HST328 or HST329 or MES165 or MES318 or MES319

The Arts: ARC101 or ARC133 or ARC134 or any 3 credit APH prefixed course or any 3 credit ART prefixed course or any 3 credit CER prefixed course or any 3 credit DRA prefixed course or any 3 credit DRD prefixed course or any 3 credit DRM prefixed course or any 3 credit FIL prefixed course or any 3 credit MLH prefixed course or any 3 credit MTC prefixed course or any 3 credit PTG prefixed course or any 3 credit SCU prefixed course

Western Civilization: HST111 or HST112 or HST211 or HST310 or HST311 or HST314 or HST315 or HST316 or HST355 or HST356 or HST357 or HST359 or HST360 or HST361 or HST362 or HST363 or HST364 or HST365 or HST375 or HST376 or REL101 or REL102 or ANT111 or ANT121

6 credits  
Student Note: Environmental Biology requires 1 and recommends 2 semesters of physics. Certain graduate/professional programs (e.g. medical, veterinary schools) generally require two semesters of calculus-based physics. PHY211+PHY221 & PHY212+PHY222 will fulfill the program requirements and are recommended for students planning on graduate programs.

Environmental Education and Interpretation

Biology I & II w/ Lab 8 credits BIO123 & BIO121
Calculus I 4 credits MAT285 or MAT295
Chemistry I & II w/ Lab 8 credits CHE106+CHE107 & CHE116+CHE117
Ecology 4 credits BIO451 &BIO453
Electives 16 credits  
English w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits WRT105
Global Environment 3 credits Not offered
Literature w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits ETS107 or ETS113 or ETS114 or ETS115 or ETS117 or ETS118 or ETS119 or ETS121 or ETS122 or ETS142 or ETS145 or ETS151 or ETS152 or ETS153 or ETS154 or ETS155 or ETS181 or ETS182 or ETS235 or ETS236 or ETS242 or LIT101 or LIT102 or LIT131
Physics I w/ Lab 3 credits PHY101
Probability & Statistics 3 credits MAT221

Complete 6 credit hours in two of the five following general education categories:

American History: HST101 or HST102 or HST302 or HST305 or HST306 or HST307 or HST308 or HST310 or HST311 or HST338 or HST339 or HST340

Foreign Language: ARB101 or ARB102 or ARB201 or ARB202 or CHI101 or CHI102 or CHI201 or CHI202 or FRE101 or FRE102 or FRE201 or FRE202 or GER101 or GER102 or GER201 or GER202 or GRE101 or GRE102 or HEB101 or HEB102 or HEB102 or HEB201 or HEB202 or HIN101 or HIN102 or HIN201 or HIN202 or ITA101 or ITA102 or ITA102 or ITA115 or ITA116 or ITA201 or ITA202 or ITA215 or ITA216 or JPS101 or JPS102 or JPS201 or JPS202 or JPS202 or LAT101 or LAT102 or LAT201 or POL101 or POL102 or POL201 or POL202 or PRS101 or PRS102 or RUS101 or RUS102 or RUS201 or RUS202 or SPA101 or SPA102 or SPA201 or SPA202

Other World Civilization: HST121 or HST122 or HST210 or HST318 or HST319 or HST320 or HST321 or HST322 or HST323 or HST324 or HST325 or HST326 or HST327 or HST328 or HST329 or MES165 or MES318 or MES319

The Arts: ARC101 or ARC133 or ARC134 or any 3 credit APH prefixed course or any 3 credit ART prefixed course or any 3 credit CER prefixed course or any 3 credit DRA prefixed course or any 3 credit DRD prefixed course or any 3 credit DRM prefixed course or any 3 credit FIL prefixed course or any 3 credit MLH prefixed course or any 3 credit MTC prefixed course or any 3 credit PTG prefixed course or any 3 credit SCU prefixed course

Western Civilization: HST111 or HST112 or HST211 or HST310 or HST311 or HST314 or HST315 or HST316 or HST355 or HST356 or HST357 or HST359 or HST360 or HST361 or HST362 or HST363 or HST364 or HST365 or HST375 or HST376 or REL101 or REL102 or ANT111 or ANT121

6 credits  

Environmental Resources Engineering

Biology I w/ Lab 4 credits BIO121 or BIO123
Calculus I, II, & III 12 credits MAT295 & MAT296 & MAT397
Chemistry I & II w/ Lab 8 credits CHE106+CHE107 & CHE116+CHE117
Differential Equations 3 credits MAT485
Earth Science 3 credits EAR105 or EAR203
Engineering Mechanics - Dynamics 2 credits ECS222
Engineering Mechanics - Statics 2 credits ECS221
Engineering Physics I & II w/ Lab 8 credits PHY211+PHY221 & PHY212+PHY222
English w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits WRT105
Literature w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits ETS107 or ETS113 or ETS114 or ETS115 or ETS117 or ETS118 or ETS119 or ETS121 or ETS122 or ETS142 or ETS145 or ETS151 or ETS152 or ETS153 or ETS154 or ETS155 or ETS181 or ETS182 or ETS235 or ETS236 or ETS242 or LIT101 or LIT102 or LIT131

Complete 12 credit hours in at least three of the six following general education categories:

American History: HST101 or HST102 or HST302 or HST305 or HST306 or HST307 or HST308 or HST310 or HST311 or HST338 or HST339 or HST340

Foreign Language: ARB101 or ARB102 or ARB201 or ARB202 or CHI101 or CHI102 or CHI201 or CHI202 or FRE101 or FRE102 or FRE201 or FRE202 or GER101 or GER102 or GER201 or GER202 or GRE101 or GRE102 or HEB101 or HEB102 or HEB102 or HEB201 or HEB202 or HIN101 or HIN102 or HIN201 or HIN202 or ITA101 or ITA102 or ITA102 or ITA115 or ITA116 or ITA201 or ITA202 or ITA215 or ITA216 or JPS101 or JPS102 or JPS201 or JPS202 or JPS202 or LAT101 or LAT102 or LAT201 or POL101 or POL102 or POL201 or POL202 or PRS101 or PRS102 or RUS101 or RUS102 or RUS201 or RUS202 or SPA101 or SPA102 or SPA201 or SPA202

Other World Civilization: HST121 or HST122 or HST210 or HST318 or HST319 or HST320 or HST321 or HST322 or HST323 or HST324 or HST325 or HST326 or HST327 or HST328 or HST329 or MES165 or MES318 or MES319

Social Science: any 3 credits course with a PSY, SOC, ECN, or HST prefix

The Arts: ARC101 or ARC133 or ARC134 or any 3 credit APH prefixed course or any 3 credit ART prefixed course or any 3 credit CER prefixed course or any 3 credit DRA prefixed course or any 3 credit DRD prefixed course or any 3 credit DRM prefixed course or any 3 credit FIL prefixed course or any 3 credit MLH prefixed course or any 3 credit MTC prefixed course or any 3 credit PTG prefixed course or any 3 credit SCU prefixed course

Western Civilization: HST111 or HST112 or HST211 or HST310 or HST311 or HST314 or HST315 or HST316 or HST355 or HST356 or HST357 or HST359 or HST360 or HST361 or HST362 or HST363 or HST364 or HST365 or HST375 or HST376 or REL101 or REL102 or ANT111 or ANT121

12 credits  
 Environmental Science
Advanced Science and Math 9 credits See note below *
Biology I & II w/ Lab 8 credits BIO123 & BIO121
Calculus I & II 8 credits MAT285 & MAT286 or MAT295 & MAT296 
Chemistry I & II w/ Lab 8 credits CHE106+CHE107 & CHE116+CHE117
Computer Programming 3 credits ECS102 or CPS196 or CPS335 or CIS252 or EST245
Economics 3 credits ECN101 or ECN102 oe ECN203
Engineering Physics I & II w/ Lab 8 credits PHY211+PHY221 & PHY212+PHY222
English w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits WRT105
Global Environment 3 credits Not offered
Literature w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits ETS107 or ETS113 or ETS114 or ETS115 or ETS117 or ETS118 or ETS119 or ETS121 or ETS122 or ETS142 or ETS145 or ETS151 or ETS152 or ETS153 or ETS154 or ETS155 or ETS181 or ETS182 or ETS235 or ETS236 or ETS242 or LIT101 or LIT102 or LIT131

Complete 6 credit hours in two of the four following general education categories:

American History: HST101 or HST102 or HST302 or HST305 or HST306 or HST307 or HST308 or HST310 or HST311 or HST338 or HST339 or HST340

Other World Civilization: HST121 or HST122 or HST210 or HST318 or HST319 or HST320 or HST321 or HST322 or HST323 or HST324 or HST325 or HST326 or HST327 or HST328 or HST329 or MES165 or MES318 or MES319

The Arts: ARC101 or ARC133 or ARC134 or any 3 credit APH prefixed course or any 3 credit ART prefixed course or any 3 credit CER prefixed course or any 3 credit DRA prefixed course or any 3 credit DRD prefixed course or any 3 credit DRM prefixed course or any 3 credit FIL prefixed course or any 3 credit MLH prefixed course or any 3 credit MTC prefixed course or any 3 credit PTG prefixed course or any 3 credit SCU prefixed course

Western Civilization: HST111 or HST112 or HST211 or HST310 or HST311 or HST314 or HST315 or HST316 or HST355 or HST356 or HST357 or HST359 or HST360 or HST361 or HST362 or HST363 or HST364 or HST365 or HST375 or HST376 or REL101 or REL102 or ANT111 or ANT121

6 credits  

* Examples of advanced science and math courses would be calculus 3 or 4, organic chemistry 1 or 2, quantum physics, analytical chemistry, or microbiology.  Please consult the ESF Office of Undergraduate Admissions for assistance with course selection.

Additional credit will be granted for Statistics MAT221 and Ecology BIO451 & BIO453.

Environmental Studies

American Government/Political Science 3 credits PSC121 or PSC122 or PSC123 or PSC129
American History 3 credits HST101 or HST102 or HST302 or HST305 or HST306 or HST307 or HST308 or HST310 or HST311 or HST338 or HST339 or HST340
Biology I  w/ Lab 4 credits BIO123
Biology II  w/ Lab or Environmental Geology **  4 credits BIO121
Chemistry I w/ Lab 4 credits CHE106+CHE107
Ecology 4 credits BIO451+BIO453
Economics 3 credits ECN101 or ECN102
Electives *** 6 credits  
English w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits WRT105
Global Environment 3 credits Not offered
Literature w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits ETS107 or ETS113 or ETS114 or ETS115 or ETS117 or ETS118 or ETS119 or ETS121 or ETS122 or ETS142 or ETS145 or ETS151 or ETS152 or ETS153 or ETS154 or ETS155 or ETS181 or ETS182 or ETS235 or ETS236 or ETS242 or LIT101 or LIT102 or LIT131
Other World Civilizations 3 credits HST121 or HST122 or HST210 or HST318 or HST319 or HST320 or HST321 or HST322 or HST323 or HST324 or HST325 or HST326 or HST327 or HST328 or HST329 or MES165 or MES318 or MES319
Pre-Calculus or Calculus **** 3 - 4 credits MAT194 or MAT285
Probability & Statistics 3 credits MAT221
The Arts 3 credits ARC101 or ARC133 or ARC134 or any 3 credit APH prefixed course or any 3 credit ART prefixed course or any 3 credit CER prefixed course or any 3 credit DRA prefixed course or any 3 credit DRD prefixed course or any 3 credit DRM prefixed course or any 3 credit FIL prefixed course or any 3 credit MLH prefixed course or any 3 credit MTC prefixed course or any 3 credit PTG prefixed course or any 3 credit SCU prefixed course
Western Civilization 3 credits HST111 or HST112 or HST211 or HST310 or HST311 or HST314 or HST315 or HST316 or HST355 or HST356 or HST357 or HST359 or HST360 or HST361 or HST362 or HST363 or HST364 or HST365 or HST375 or HST376 or REL101 or REL102 or ANT111 or ANT121

** Students must take either Biology II or Geology.  Students interested in the Biological Science Applications option must take Biology II.

*** Students interested in the Biological Science Applications option must complete Chemistry II in place of one of their elective courses.

**** Students interested in the Biological Science Applications option must complete Calculus I. 

Forest Ecosystem Science

Biology Electives 6 credits * See note below
Biology I & II w/ Lab 8 credits BIO123 & BIO121
Calculus I 8 credits MAT285 or MAT295
Chemistry I & II w/ Lab 8 credits CHE106+CHE107 & CHE116+CHE117
Ecology 3 credits BIO451
Economics 3 credits ECN101 or ECN102 or ECN203
Electives 3 credits  
English w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits WRT105
Literature w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits ETS107 or ETS113 or ETS114 or ETS115 or ETS117 or ETS118 or ETS119 or ETS121 or ETS122 or ETS142 or ETS145 or ETS151 or ETS152 or ETS153 or ETS154 or ETS155 or ETS181 or ETS182 or ETS235 or ETS236 or ETS242 or LIT101 or LIT102 or LIT131
Physics I w/ Lab 4 credits PHY101
Principles of Management 3 credits SOM122
Probability & Statistics 3 credits MAT221

Complete 6 credit hours in two of the five following general education categories:

American History: HST101 or HST102 or HST302 or HST305 or HST306 or HST307 or HST308 or HST310 or HST311 or HST338 or HST339 or HST340

Foreign Language: ARB101 or ARB102 or ARB201 or ARB202 or CHI101 or CHI102 or CHI201 or CHI202 or FRE101 or FRE102 or FRE201 or FRE202 or GER101 or GER102 or GER201 or GER202 or GRE101 or GRE102 or HEB101 or HEB102 or HEB102 or HEB201 or HEB202 or HIN101 or HIN102 or HIN201 or HIN202 or ITA101 or ITA102 or ITA102 or ITA115 or ITA116 or ITA201 or ITA202 or ITA215 or ITA216 or JPS101 or JPS102 or JPS201 or JPS202 or JPS202 or LAT101 or LAT102 or LAT201 or POL101 or POL102 or POL201 or POL202 or PRS101 or PRS102 or RUS101 or RUS102 or RUS201 or RUS202 or SPA101 or SPA102 or SPA201 or SPA202

Other World Civilization: HST121 or HST122 or HST210 or HST318 or HST319 or HST320 or HST321 or HST322 or HST323 or HST324 or HST325 or HST326 or HST327 or HST328 or HST329 or MES165 or MES318 or MES319

The Arts: ARC101 or ARC133 or ARC134 or any 3 credit APH prefixed course or any 3 credit ART prefixed course or any 3 credit CER prefixed course or any 3 credit DRA prefixed course or any 3 credit DRD prefixed course or any 3 credit DRM prefixed course or any 3 credit FIL prefixed course or any 3 credit MLH prefixed course or any 3 credit MTC prefixed course or any 3 credit PTG prefixed course or any 3 credit SCU prefixed course

Western Civilization: HST111 or HST112 or HST211 or HST310 or HST311 or HST314 or HST315 or HST316 or HST355 or HST356 or HST357 or HST359 or HST360 or HST361 or HST362 or HST363 or HST364 or HST365 or HST375 or HST376 or REL101 or REL102 or ANT111 or ANT121

6 credits  

* Examples of biology electives are genetics, organic chemistry, and microbiology.  Please consult the ESF Office of Undergraduate Admissions for assistance with course selection.

Forest Health

Biology I & II w/ Lab 8 credits BIO123 & BIO121
Chemistry I & II w/ Lab 8 credits CHE106+CHE107 & CHE116+CHE117
Ecology 4 credits BIO451+BIO453
Electives 13 credits  
English w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits WRT105
Genetics 4 credits BOI326
Global Environment 3 credits Not offered
Literature w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits ETS107 or ETS113 or ETS114 or ETS115 or ETS117 or ETS118 or ETS119 or ETS121 or ETS122 or ETS142 or ETS145 or ETS151 or ETS152 or ETS153 or ETS154 or ETS155 or ETS181 or ETS182 or ETS235 or ETS236 or ETS242 or LIT101 or LIT102 or LIT131
Organic Chemistry I w/ Lab 4 credits CHE275+CHE276
Physics I w/ Lab 3 credits PHY101

Complete 6 credit hours in two of the five following general education categories:

American History: HST101 or HST102 or HST302 or HST305 or HST306 or HST307 or HST308 or HST310 or HST311 or HST338 or HST339 or HST340

Foreign Language: ARB101 or ARB102 or ARB201 or ARB202 or CHI101 or CHI102 or CHI201 or CHI202 or FRE101 or FRE102 or FRE201 or FRE202 or GER101 or GER102 or GER201 or GER202 or GRE101 or GRE102 or HEB101 or HEB102 or HEB102 or HEB201 or HEB202 or HIN101 or HIN102 or HIN201 or HIN202 or ITA101 or ITA102 or ITA102 or ITA115 or ITA116 or ITA201 or ITA202 or ITA215 or ITA216 or JPS101 or JPS102 or JPS201 or JPS202 or JPS202 or LAT101 or LAT102 or LAT201 or POL101 or POL102 or POL201 or POL202 or PRS101 or PRS102 or RUS101 or RUS102 or RUS201 or RUS202 or SPA101 or SPA102 or SPA201 or SPA202

Other World Civilization: HST121 or HST122 or HST210 or HST318 or HST319 or HST320 or HST321 or HST322 or HST323 or HST324 or HST325 or HST326 or HST327 or HST328 or HST329 or MES165 or MES318 or MES319

The Arts: ARC101 or ARC133 or ARC134 or any 3 credit APH prefixed course or any 3 credit ART prefixed course or any 3 credit CER prefixed course or any 3 credit DRA prefixed course or any 3 credit DRD prefixed course or any 3 credit DRM prefixed course or any 3 credit FIL prefixed course or any 3 credit MLH prefixed course or any 3 credit MTC prefixed course or any 3 credit PTG prefixed course or any 3 credit SCU prefixed course

Western Civilization: HST111 or HST112 or HST211 or HST310 or HST311 or HST314 or HST315 or HST316 or HST355 or HST356 or HST357 or HST359 or HST360 or HST361 or HST362 or HST363 or HST364 or HST365 or HST375 or HST376 or REL101 or REL102 or ANT111 or ANT121

6 credits  

Additional credit will be granted for Statistics MAT221.

Forest Resources Management

Applied Algebra and Trigonometry or Pre-Calculus 3 credits MAT193 or MAT194
Biology w/ Lab 4 credits BIO123
Chemistry I w/ Lab 4 credits CHE106+CHE107
Ecology 3 credits BIO451+BIO453
Economics 3 credits ECN101 or ECN102 or ECN203
Electives 12 credits  
English w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits WRT105
Literature w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits ETS107 or ETS113 or ETS114 or ETS115 or ETS117 or ETS118 or ETS119 or ETS121 or ETS122 or ETS142 or ETS145 or ETS151 or ETS152 or ETS153 or ETS154 or ETS155 or ETS181 or ETS182 or ETS235 or ETS236 or ETS242 or LIT101 or LIT102 or LIT131
Physics I w/ Lab 4 credits PHY101
Principles of Management 3 credits SOM122
Probability & Statistics 3 credits MAT221
Public Speaking 3 credits NAS325

Complete 6 credit hours in two of the five following general education categories:

American History: HST101 or HST102 or HST302 or HST305 or HST306 or HST307 or HST308 or HST310 or HST311 or HST338 or HST339 or HST340

Foreign Language: ARB101 or ARB102 or ARB201 or ARB202 or CHI101 or CHI102 or CHI201 or CHI202 or FRE101 or FRE102 or FRE201 or FRE202 or GER101 or GER102 or GER201 or GER202 or GRE101 or GRE102 or HEB101 or HEB102 or HEB102 or HEB201 or HEB202 or HIN101 or HIN102 or HIN201 or HIN202 or ITA101 or ITA102 or ITA102 or ITA115 or ITA116 or ITA201 or ITA202 or ITA215 or ITA216 or JPS101 or JPS102 or JPS201 or JPS202 or JPS202 or LAT101 or LAT102 or LAT201 or POL101 or POL102 or POL201 or POL202 or PRS101 or PRS102 or RUS101 or RUS102 or RUS201 or RUS202 or SPA101 or SPA102 or SPA201 or SPA202

Other World Civilization: HST121 or HST122 or HST210 or HST318 or HST319 or HST320 or HST321 or HST322 or HST323 or HST324 or HST325 or HST326 or HST327 or HST328 or HST329 or MES165 or MES318 or MES319

The Arts: ARC101 or ARC133 or ARC134 or any 3 credit APH prefixed course or any 3 credit ART prefixed course or any 3 credit CER prefixed course or any 3 credit DRA prefixed course or any 3 credit DRD prefixed course or any 3 credit DRM prefixed course or any 3 credit FIL prefixed course or any 3 credit MLH prefixed course or any 3 credit MTC prefixed course or any 3 credit PTG prefixed course or any 3 credit SCU prefixed course

Western Civilization: HST111 or HST112 or HST211 or HST310 or HST311 or HST314 or HST315 or HST316 or HST355 or HST356 or HST357 or HST359 or HST360 or HST361 or HST362 or HST363 or HST364 or HST365 or HST375 or HST376 or REL101 or REL102 or ANT111 or ANT121

6 credits  
 

Landscape Architecture

American History 3 credits HST101 or HST102 or HST302 or HST305 or HST306 or HST307 or HST308 or HST310 or HST311 or HST338 or HST339 or HST340
Art or Architectural History 3 credits ARC133 or ARC134 or FIA105 or FIA106
Biology w/ Lab 4 credits BIO123 or BIO121
Drawing/Freehand Drawing 3 credits FND105 or ARC107
Ecology (LSA321 at ESF) 3 credits BIO451+BIO453
Electives 9 credits  
English w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits WRT105
Literature w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits ETS107 or ETS113 or ETS114 or ETS115 or ETS117 or ETS118 or ETS119 or ETS121 or ETS122 or ETS142 or ETS145 or ETS151 or ETS152 or ETS153 or ETS154 or ETS155 or ETS181 or ETS182 or ETS235 or ETS236 or ETS242 or LIT101 or LIT102 or LIT131
Mathematics 3 credits MAT112 or MAT193 or MAT194 or MAT221 or MAT285 or MAT295
Natural/Physical Science Electives 3 credits CHE106+CHE107 or PHY101 or EAR105
Other World Civilization 3 credits HST121 or HST122 or HST210 or HST318 or HST319 or HST320 or HST321 or HST322 or HST323 or HST324 or HST325 or HST326 or HST327 or HST328 or HST329 or MES165 or MES318 or MES319
Public Speaking 3 credits NAS325
Social Science 3 credits any 3 credits course with a PSY, SOC, ECN, or HST prefix

Natural Resources Management

Accounting 3 credits ACC151 or ACC201 or ACC252
Applied Algebra and Trigonometry or Pre-Calculus 3 credits MAT193 or MAT194
Biology I & II w/ Lab 7 credits BIO123 & BIO121
Chemistry I w/ Lab 4 credits CHE106+CHE107
Physics I w/ Lab 3 credits PHY101
Ecology 4 credits BIO451+BIO453
Economics 3 credits ECN101 or ECN102 or ECN203
English w/ Focus on Writing 6 credits WRT105
Literature w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits ETS107 or ETS113 or ETS114 or ETS115 or ETS117 or ETS118 or ETS119 or ETS121 or ETS122 or ETS142 or ETS145 or ETS151 or ETS152 or ETS153 or ETS154 or ETS155 or ETS181 or ETS182 or ETS235 or ETS236 or ETS242 or LIT101 or LIT102 or LIT131
Principles of Management 3 credits SOM122
Probability & Statistics 3 credits MAT221
Public Speaking 3 credits NAS325
Sociology or Psychology 3 credits Any course with a SOC prefix or any course with a PSY prefix

Complete 6 credit hours in two of the five following general education categories:

American History: HST101 or HST102 or HST302 or HST305 or HST306 or HST307 or HST308 or HST310 or HST311 or HST338 or HST339 or HST340

Foreign Language: ARB101 or ARB102 or ARB201 or ARB202 or CHI101 or CHI102 or CHI201 or CHI202 or FRE101 or FRE102 or FRE201 or FRE202 or GER101 or GER102 or GER201 or GER202 or GRE101 or GRE102 or HEB101 or HEB102 or HEB102 or HEB201 or HEB202 or HIN101 or HIN102 or HIN201 or HIN202 or ITA101 or ITA102 or ITA102 or ITA115 or ITA116 or ITA201 or ITA202 or ITA215 or ITA216 or JPS101 or JPS102 or JPS201 or JPS202 or JPS202 or LAT101 or LAT102 or LAT201 or POL101 or POL102 or POL201 or POL202 or PRS101 or PRS102 or RUS101 or RUS102 or RUS201 or RUS202 or SPA101 or SPA102 or SPA201 or SPA202

Other World Civilization: HST121 or HST122 or HST210 or HST318 or HST319 or HST320 or HST321 or HST322 or HST323 or HST324 or HST325 or HST326 or HST327 or HST328 or HST329 or MES165 or MES318 or MES319

The Arts: ARC101 or ARC133 or ARC134 or any 3 credit APH prefixed course or any 3 credit ART prefixed course or any 3 credit CER prefixed course or any 3 credit DRA prefixed course or any 3 credit DRD prefixed course or any 3 credit DRM prefixed course or any 3 credit FIL prefixed course or any 3 credit MLH prefixed course or any 3 credit MTC prefixed course or any 3 credit PTG prefixed course or any 3 credit SCU prefixed course

Western Civilization: HST111 or HST112 or HST211 or HST310 or HST311 or HST314 or HST315 or HST316 or HST355 or HST356 or HST357 or HST359 or HST360 or HST361 or HST362 or HST363 or HST364 or HST365 or HST375 or HST376 or REL101 or REL102 or ANT111 or ANT121

6 credits  

Paper Engineering

Calculus I, II, & III 12 credits MAT295 & MAT296 & MAT397
Chemistry I & II w/ Lab 8 credits CHE106+CHE107 & CHE116+CHE117
Computer Programming 3 credits ECS102 or CPS196 or CPS335 or CIS252 or EST245
Differential Equations 3 credits MAT485
Economics 3 credits ECN101 or ECN102
Engineering Physics I & II w/Lab 8 credits PHY211+PHY221 & PHY212+PHY222
English w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits WRT105
Literature w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits ETS107 or ETS113 or ETS114 or ETS115 or ETS117 or ETS118 or ETS119 or ETS121 or ETS122 or ETS142 or ETS145 or ETS151 or ETS152 or ETS153 or ETS154 or ETS155 or ETS181 or ETS182 or ETS235 or ETS236 or ETS242 or LIT101 or LIT102 or LIT131
Organic Chemistry I & II w/ Lab 8 credits CHE275+CHE276 & CHE285+CHE286

Complete 3 credit hours in one of the three following general education categories:

American History: HST101 or HST102 or HST302 or HST305 or HST306 or HST307 or HST308 or HST310 or HST311 or HST338 or HST339 or HST340

Other World Civilization: HST121 or HST122 or HST210 or HST318 or HST319 or HST320 or HST321 or HST322 or HST323 or HST324 or HST325 or HST326 or HST327 or HST328 or HST329 or MES165 or MES318 or MES319

Western Civilization: HST111 or HST112 or HST211 or HST310 or HST311 or HST314 or HST315 or HST316 or HST355 or HST356 or HST357 or HST359 or HST360 or HST361 or HST362 or HST363 or HST364 or HST365 or HST375 or HST376 or REL101 or REL102 or ANT111 or ANT121

3 credits  

Paper Science

American History 3 credits HST101 or HST102 or HST302 or HST305 or HST306 or HST307 or HST308 or HST310 or HST311 or HST338 or HST339 or HST340
Calculus I & II 8 credits MAT295 & MAT296
Chemistry I & II w/ Lab 8 credits CHE106+CHE107 & CHE116+CHE117
Computer Programming 3 credits ECS102 or CPS196 or CPS335 or CIS252 or EST245
Economics 3 credits ECN101 or ECN102
Electives 3 credits  
English w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits WRT105
Literature w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits ETS107 or ETS113 or ETS114 or ETS115 or ETS117 or ETS118 or ETS119 or ETS121 or ETS122 or ETS142 or ETS145 or ETS151 or ETS152 or ETS153 or ETS154 or ETS155 or ETS181 or ETS182 or ETS235 or ETS236 or ETS242 or LIT101 or LIT102 or LIT131
Organic Chemistry I & II w/ Lab 8 credits CHE275+CHE276 & CHE285+CHE286
Other World Civilization 3 credits HST121 or HST122 or HST210 or HST318 or HST319 or HST320 or HST321 or HST322 or HST323 or HST324 or HST325 or HST326 or HST327 or HST328 or HST329 or MES165 or MES318 or MES319
Physics I & II w/Lab 8 credits PHY211+PHY221 & PHY212+PHY222 or PHY101 & PHY102
Quantative Analysis 3 credits Not offered
The Arts 3 credits ARC101 or ARC133 or ARC134 or any 3 credit APH prefixed course or any 3 credit ART prefixed course or any 3 credit CER prefixed course or any 3 credit DRA prefixed course or any 3 credit DRD prefixed course or any 3 credit DRM prefixed course or any 3 credit FIL prefixed course or any 3 credit MLH prefixed course or any 3 credit MTC prefixed course or any 3 credit PTG prefixed course or any 3 credit SCU prefixed course
Western Civilization 3 credits HST111 or HST112 or HST211 or HST310 or HST311 or HST314 or HST315 or HST316 or HST355 or HST356 or HST357 or HST359 or HST360 or HST361 or HST362 or HST363 or HST364 or HST365 or HST375 or HST376 or REL101 or REL102 or ANT111 or ANT121

Sustainable Energy Management

Accounting 3 credits ACC151 or ACC201 or ACC252
Applied Algebra and Trigonometry or Pre-Calculus 3 credits MAT193 or MAT194
Biology w/ Lab 4 credits BIO123
Chemistry I w/ Lab 4 credits CHE106+CHE107
Ecology 3 credits BIO451+BIO453
Economics 3 credits ECN101 or ECN102 or ECN203
Electives 18 credits *
English w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits WRT105
Global Environment 3 credits not offered
Literature w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits ETS107 or ETS113 or ETS114 or ETS115 or ETS117 or ETS118 or ETS119 or ETS121 or ETS122 or ETS142 or ETS145 or ETS151 or ETS152 or ETS153 or ETS154 or ETS155 or ETS181 or ETS182 or ETS235 or ETS236 or ETS242 or LIT101 or LIT102 or LIT131
Physics I w/ Lab 4 credits PHY101
Principles of Management 3 credits SOM122
Probability & Statistics 3 credits MAT221
Public Speaking 3 credits NAS325
Sociology or Psychology 3 credits Any 3 credit course with a PSY or SOC prefix

Complete 6 credit hours in two of the five following general education categories:

American History: HST101 or HST102 or HST302 or HST305 or HST306 or HST307 or HST308 or HST310 or HST311 or HST338 or HST339 or HST340

Foreign Language: ARB101 or ARB102 or ARB201 or ARB202 or CHI101 or CHI102 or CHI201 or CHI202 or FRE101 or FRE102 or FRE201 or FRE202 or GER101 or GER102 or GER201 or GER202 or GRE101 or GRE102 or HEB101 or HEB102 or HEB102 or HEB201 or HEB202 or HIN101 or HIN102 or HIN201 or HIN202 or ITA101 or ITA102 or ITA102 or ITA115 or ITA116 or ITA201 or ITA202 or ITA215 or ITA216 or JPS101 or JPS102 or JPS201 or JPS202 or JPS202 or LAT101 or LAT102 or LAT201 or POL101 or POL102 or POL201 or POL202 or PRS101 or PRS102 or RUS101 or RUS102 or RUS201 or RUS202 or SPA101 or SPA102 or SPA201 or SPA202

Other World Civilization: HST121 or HST122 or HST210 or HST318 or HST319 or HST320 or HST321 or HST322 or HST323 or HST324 or HST325 or HST326 or HST327 or HST328 or HST329 or MES165 or MES318 or MES319

The Arts: ARC101 or ARC133 or ARC134 or any 3 credit APH prefixed course or any 3 credit ART prefixed course or any 3 credit CER prefixed course or any 3 credit DRA prefixed course or any 3 credit DRD prefixed course or any 3 credit DRM prefixed course or any 3 credit FIL prefixed course or any 3 credit MLH prefixed course or any 3 credit MTC prefixed course or any 3 credit PTG prefixed course or any 3 credit SCU prefixed course

Western Civilization: HST111 or HST112 or HST211 or HST310 or HST311 or HST314 or HST315 or HST316 or HST355 or HST356 or HST357 or HST359 or HST360 or HST361 or HST362 or HST363 or HST364 or HST365 or HST375 or HST376 or REL101 or REL102 or ANT111 or ANT121

6 credits

* 9 of the 18 credits of electives must be liberal arts course work. Please choose courses from the following categories: physical science, math, history, government, political science, or English. Please consult the ESF Admissions Office for assistance with course selection.

Wildlife Science

Biology I & II w/ Lab 8 credits BIO123 & BIO121
Calculus I 4 credits MAT285 or MAT295
Chemistry I & II w/ Lab 8 credits CHE106+CHE107 & CHE116+CHE117
Ecology 4 credits BIO451 & BIO453
Electives 15 credits  
English w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits WRT105
Global Environment 3 credits Not offered
Literature w/ Focus on Writing 3 credits ETS107 or ETS113 or ETS114 or ETS115 or ETS117 or ETS118 or ETS119 or ETS121 or ETS122 or ETS142 or ETS145 or ETS151 or ETS152 or ETS153 or ETS154 or ETS155 or ETS181 or ETS182 or ETS235 or ETS236 or ETS242 or LIT101 or LIT102 or LIT131
Organic Chemistry I w/ Lab or Physics I w/ Lab 4 credits CHE275+CHE276 or PHY101
Probability and Statistics 3 credits MAT221

Complete 6 credit hours in two of the five following general education categories:

American History: HST101 or HST102 or HST302 or HST305 or HST306 or HST307 or HST308 or HST310 or HST311 or HST338 or HST339 or HST340

Foreign Language: ARB101 or ARB102 or ARB201 or ARB202 or CHI101 or CHI102 or CHI201 or CHI202 or FRE101 or FRE102 or FRE201 or FRE202 or GER101 or GER102 or GER201 or GER202 or GRE101 or GRE102 or HEB101 or HEB102 or HEB102 or HEB201 or HEB202 or HIN101 or HIN102 or HIN201 or HIN202 or ITA101 or ITA102 or ITA102 or ITA115 or ITA116 or ITA201 or ITA202 or ITA215 or ITA216 or JPS101 or JPS102 or JPS201 or JPS202 or JPS202 or LAT101 or LAT102 or LAT201 or POL101 or POL102 or POL201 or POL202 or PRS101 or PRS102 or RUS101 or RUS102 or RUS201 or RUS202 or SPA101 or SPA102 or SPA201 or SPA202

Other World Civilization: HST121 or HST122 or HST210 or HST318 or HST319 or HST320 or HST321 or HST322 or HST323 or HST324 or HST325 or HST326 or HST327 or HST328 or HST329 or MES165 or MES318 or MES319

The Arts: ARC101 or ARC133 or ARC134 or any 3 credit APH prefixed course or any 3 credit ART prefixed course or any 3 credit CER prefixed course or any 3 credit DRA prefixed course or any 3 credit DRD prefixed course or any 3 credit DRM prefixed course or any 3 credit FIL prefixed course or any 3 credit MLH prefixed course or any 3 credit MTC prefixed course or any 3 credit PTG prefixed course or any 3 credit SCU prefixed course

Western Civilization: HST111 or HST112 or HST211 or HST310 or HST311 or HST314 or HST315 or HST316 or HST355 or HST356 or HST357 or HST359 or HST360 or HST361 or HST362 or HST363 or HST364 or HST365 or HST375 or HST376 or REL101 or REL102 or ANT111 or ANT121

6 credits

 

 

Date Reviewed:8/27/14
Catalogue date: 2014 - 2015
Reviewed by: Beth Minard 

Questions, please call:315-470-6600

Advisor Note: Students entering ESF with 60 or more transferable credits will be given junior class standing. However, students may enroll at ESF with fewer than 60 credits and complete the remaining lower division and upper division requirements.

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