*Some environmental programs of study require more advanced courses in general chemistry and mathematics.
Acceptable biological science selectives for College of Agriculture include BIOL 11000, BIOL 11100, BIOL 13100, BTNY 21000, HORT 30100, or other biological science courses that fulfill requirements in departments that offer environmental science programs.
Students who are interested in programs of study that require CHM 11500, CHM 11600, MA 16100/16500, MA 16200/16600 may have to defer enrollment in COM 11400 and/or ENGL 10600 until the sophomore year.
Examples of programs that require CHM 11100, CHM 11200, MA 22300, MA 22400. Environmental Plant Studies, Natural Resources, Wildlife, Agricultural Economics, Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, Natural Resources and Environmenal Science, Forestry.
A program of study that requires CHM 11100, CHM 11200, MA 16100, MA 16200. Applied Merteorology.
Examples of programs of study that require CHM 11500, CHM 11600, MA 22300, MA 22400. Environmental Soil Science, Soil and Crop Science.
Examples of programs of study that require CHM 11500, CHM 11600, MA 16100/16500, MA 16200/16600: Agricultural and Biological Engineering; Chemical Engineering; Civil Engineering, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences; Energy Materials and Radioactive Waste Management; Land Surveying and Geomatics Engineering; Biochemistry; Environmental Chemistry; Ecology, Evolutionary, and Population Biology; Environmental Ecological Engineering within Multi-disciplinary Engineering.