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Environmental Science and Policy

First year

Fall:
MATH 112/ MATH 201*
CHEM 101#

Spring:
CHEM #102
ENSP 101
ENSP 102

Sophomore year

Fall:
BIOL 202
PSCI 203/PSCI 210

Spring:
BIOL 201
ECON 206

Comments: A BIOL 110-129 course is not required, but students may find one useful in preparation for the Biology Core sequence (BIOL 201, 202, 203).

*Students should choose the appropriate math course for their planned concentration. Note that almost all graduate programs in the sciences and economics will require both statistics and calculus. Students will significantly increase their competitiveness for post-baccalaureate study and in the job market by completing more than the minimum number of math courses required for their ENSP concentration.

# If the Environmental Policy Concentration is planned, CHEM 101 and 102 may be delayed until sophomore year, but no later. These students should take PSCI 203/PSCI 210 and ECON 206 their freshman year. Students who are undecided as to ENSP Concentration should take the CHEM 101/102 sequence.

Environmental Science and Policy majors who wish to participate in the Coastal Studies semester or to study abroad should keep this plan in mind when scheduling courses each semester. If they wish to study in a country where a foreign language is spoken, they must be sure to enroll in the appropriate language courses at Hood in the freshman and sophomore years.

Contact Eric Kindahl, Hodson 156, at 301-696-3659.