A course taken to satisfy another area of Pathways that is also listed within Concept 7 will satisfy the Concept 7 requirement simultaneously.
Minimum credit hours required for graduation is 120. Prerequisites or enrollment restrictions may apply to some courses. Consult the undergraduate course catalog or the timetable of classes.
Environmental Informatics Notes
Satisfactory Progress: By the end of the semester in which the student ahs attempted 60 hours (including transfer, advanced placement, advanced standing, and credit by examination), "satisfactory progress" towards a B.S. degree in Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation will include the following minimum criteria:
Having an in-major and overall grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.0.
Passing at least 24 semester credits that apply to Pathways for General Education
Passing the following courses, or their equivalents: BIOL 1105 Principles of Biology, BIOL 1106 Principles of Biology and BIOL 1115 Principles of Biology Laboratory, BIOL 1116 Principles of Biology Laboratory; MATH 1025 Elementary Calculus or MATH 1225 Calculus of a Single Variable.
Foreign Language Requirement: A sequence of two (2) foreign language courses is required for graduation unless two (2) high school credits of the same foreign language or six (6) transfer credit hours of foreign language have been earned. These credits do not count toward graduation. See catalog section on "Graduation Requirements."
Policy on Student Exchange: If studying overseas or at another U.S. university, begin planning at least 9 months prior to your departure to allow time to determine what substitutions, if any, will be allowed and to arrange your schedule to ensure that all requirements for graduation will be met.
In-major GPA Computation: All degree core and Environmental Informatics major requirements will factor into the in-major GPA.
Curriculum Planning: Students should plan early with their advisors to determine appropriate sequences for their courses. Some courses must be taken in sequence to satisfy prerequisites.
Degree Requirements: An in-major and overall GPA of 2.0 is required for graduation. Minimum hours for degree is 120.
In accordance with university guidelines, courses stratifying degree core requirements may not be double counted to satisfy other areas of a degree (e.g. Pathways requirements).
Prerequisites: Some of the listed courses have prerequisites. Be sure to consult with the University Catalog or check with your advisor.
Acceptable Substitutions: The following requirements have acceptable substitutions.