1. Fifteen credits of environmental policy, 9 of which must be in the 300-hundred level or higher courses. Courses are selected from Category I.
  2. Six credits of environmental science. Courses are selected from Category II.
  3. Three credits spread across the following areas:
    a. an independent research project (1 cr.)
    b. an ES&P multidisciplinary project course (1 cr.)
    c. one of the following 1-credit courses from Category III

Category I:

Courses in Environmental Policy

ANTH270 Env., Tech. and Society PHIL270 American Environmentalism
PHIL405 Sustainability: Thry. and Practice PHIL410 Wheres the Wild Things Are
COMM428 Public Debate and Env't. PHI371 Energy and Society
COMM429 Issue Analysis and Advocacy POL220 American Politics
EC360 Environmental Economics POL250 Pol. in X-Nat'l. Perspective
ES436 Glbl. Clim. Ch.: Sci., Eng. and Policy POL351 Globalization
LW270 Law and Society 1 POL371 Environmental Law
LW466 Law of the Workplace POL400 Constitutional Law
EM351 Quality Mgmt and Lean Enterprise POL470 Environmental Policy
EM361 Supply Chain Env. Mgmt. POL471 Energy Policy
EV314 Adirondack Integrated Research Project SOC330 Health, Wealth, Ineq. and the Env't.
EC/EV315 Entrepreneurship & Econ. Dev. in the Adirondacks EV/SS320 Social & Pol. Issues in the Adirondacks
  EV322 Adirondack Park


Category II:

Courses in Environmental Science
BY140 General Biology I CM371 Physical Chemistry
BY222 General Ecology CM476 Atmospheric Chemistry
BY224 General Ecology Laboratory CH434 Air Pollution Controls
BY314 Bioinformatics EHS309 Industrial Hygiene
BY320 Microbiology EHS310 Intro to Industrial Hygiene Lab.
BY322 Microbiology Laboratory EHS405 Methods and Analysis
BY328 Conservation Biology EHS416 Princ. of Toxicology and Epidemiology
BY340 Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology EV/CE 435 Groundwater
BY420 Evolution EV314 Adirondack Integrated Research Project
BY425 Bio Systems and Env. Change ES432 Risk Analysis
BY/EV330 Great Lakes Water Pollution BY/EV312 Adirondack Ecology & Env. Science

BY431 Limnology

EV314 Adirondack Integrated Res. Project

BY 160 General Biology II EV316 Adirondack Environmental Science
CM221 Spectroscopy CE301 ADK Geo. Information Systems
CE301 Eng. Measurements CM223 Spectroscopy Laboratory
CE340 Intro. to Env. Engineering CE480 Env. Quality
ECE470 Hydraulic Engineering CE481 Hazardous Waste Mgmt.
CE474 Engineering Hydrology CE482 Environmental Systems
CE479 Water & Wastewater Treatment Processing CE491 Senior Design Project
  CE486 Industrial Ecology

*No more than 6 credits of the engineering classes can be applied towards an environmental science minor.

Category III:

Three courses spread across the following areas (can be projects from classes or specific courses):  

a. an independent research project (1 cr. equivalent))
b. an ES&P multidisciplinary project course (1 cr. equivalent)
c. one of the following 1-credit courses EV100, or 305
d. or Adirondack Semester courses


*Additional courses may be taken to fulfill the minor requirements with permission from the director.