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Undergraduate Course Descriptions 2009-2010
Last updated 10/20/2009


01320/Environmental Science

Upper Division Courses

3000. Special Topics in Environmental Science (3 to 4 s.h.) F S SS.

Prerequisite: Equivalent Science background or C- or better in both GUS 1051 and EES 2001.

Variable offerings on special topics that are not part of the standard roster of courses. Check with the Earth & Environmental Science office and/or web site (www.temple.edu/cst/env-sci) for details on Special Topics courses.

4082. Independent Study: Environmental Science (1 to 3 s.h.) F S SS.

Prerequisite: Special authorization required for all students.

Duplicate Course: This course can only be counted one time for Environmental Science elective credit. Directed reading and research on a specific topic in Environmental Science agreed to by student and faculty member.

4085. Internship: Environmental Science (3 s.h.) F S SS.

Prerequisite: Special authorization required for all students.

Duplicate Course: This course can only be counted one time for Environmental Science elective credit. Student gains practical experience by working in a government agency, private industry, or non-governmental organization.

Note: The studentís advisor and a faculty sponsor in a related field arrange internship placement and evaluation.

4198. Senior Research Seminar - Environmental Science (3 s.h.) S. RCI: WI.

Prerequisite: Senior status in the Environmental Science Major required. C- or better in EES 3021 (Hydrology), C- or better in at least one upper level Natural Science (NS) elective. Special authorization required for all students. Co-Requisite: Biology 2227 (Ecology).

Cross Listed with Environmental Studies 4198 (W300).

Students engage in research projects, either as individuals or part of a team. Seminar meetings are devoted to analysis of a small set of readings, common discussion of research issues, and preparation for life beyond the baccalaureate.

Note: For B.S. students only.
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