Recommended Academic Plan (ENVBA) - Environmental Studies - Penn State Altoona

Recommended Academic Plan

Environmental Studies, B.A. (ENVBA)

Semester 1 Recommended Academic Plan
Semester 1Credits
ENGL 015 (GWS)3
ENVST 1003
ECON 102 or 104 (GS)3
GEOSC 001 (GN)3
Foreign Language 0014
Total16
Semester 2 Recommended Academic Plan
Semester 2Credits
Foreign Language 0024
BIOL 110 (GN)4
MATH 021 (GQ)3
Health Activity (GHA)1.5
Total15.5
Semester 3 Recommended Academic Plan
Semester 3Credits
Foreign Language 0034
BA Requirement3
CHEM 0203
CHEM 0211
STAT 200 or 250 (GQ)3-4
Total14-15
Semester 4 Recommended Academic Plan
Semester 4Credits
ENVST 2003
CAS 100 (GWS)3
BA Requirement3
BIOL 220W4
GEOG 115 (GN)3
Total16
Semester 5 Recommended Academic Plan
Semester 5Credits
ENGL 202A, B, or C (GWS)3
Elective3
Natural Science (BIOL 402)3
Humanities (GH)3
GEOG 160 (GS)3
INTSP 370 or ENVST 2961
Total16
Semester 6 Recommended Academic Plan
Semester 6Credits
ECON 4283
PL SC 135 (GS) OR 4253
PHIL 4033
Arts (GA)3
ENVST 395 or 4963
Health Activity (GHA)1.5
Total16.5
Semester 7 Recommended Academic Plan
Semester 7Credits
HIST 453 or GEOG 4073
Elective3
BA Requirement3
Arts (GA)3
Total12
Semester 8 Recommended Academic Plan
Semester 8Credits
Arts and Humanities3
ENVST 400W3
BA Requirement3
Elective3
Social Science3
Total15

TOTAL CREDITS: 121-122

Bold indicates courses requiring a grade of C or higher.

Italic Bold indicates courses requiring a grade of C or higher that satisfy both major and General Education requirements.

GWS, GHA, GQ, GN, GA, GH and GS indicate General Education requirements.

W indicates a course that satisfies the University's Writing Across the Curriculum requirement.

Note: Students are required to complete coursework in the areas of United States Cultures (US) and International Cultures (IL). These courses may be double-counted with courses that also meet general education, major or minor requirements or electives. Consult with an advisor for further information.


For more information, contact:

Ian Marshall

Dr. Ian S. Marshall

Professor of English
Arts and Humanities

Office: 128 Misciagna Family Center for Performing Arts
Phone: 814-949-5107
Email: @psu.edu
WWW: http://www.personal.psu.edu/ism2

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Carolyn Mahan

Dr. Carolyn G. Mahan

Professor of Biology
Mathematics and Natural Sciences

Office: 209 Hawthorn Building
Phone: 814-949-5530
Email: @psu.edu
WWW: http://www.personal.psu.edu/cgm2

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