Environmental Science (ENVR), Minor
Requirements for Students Matriculating in or before Academic Year 2018-2019. Learn more about University Academic Regulation 3.1.
Total Hours: 19 hours
|ENVR 1113||Elements of Environmental Science||3|
|SOIL 2124||Fundamentals of Soil Science (N)||4|
|AGEC 3503||Natural Resource Economics||3|
|or AGEC 4503||Environmental Economics and Resource Development|
|ENVR 3113||Sampling and Analyses for Solving Environmental Problems||3|
|or ENVR 4893||Soil Chemistry and Environmental Quality|
|NREM 4023||Restoration Ecology||3|
|or NREM 4033||Ecology Of Invasive Species|
|Select one of the following:||3-4|
|Watershed Hydrology and Water Quality|
- At least nine upper-division hours must be taken at OSU.
- A grade-point average of 2.0 for courses that count for the minor.
Additional OSU Requirements
- An undergraduate minor must include between fifteen and thirty hours, inclusive of undergraduate coursework.
- A minimum of six credit hours for the minor must be earned in residence at OSU.
- The courses required for a minor may be included in the course requirements for any undergraduate degree or they may be in addition to degree requirements, depending on the overlap between the minor and degree requirements. However, an undergraduate minor must be earned in an academic field other than the student's declared degree option. The minor may not duplicate the degree major or option (for example, a student who earns a BA in Art with an Art History option may earn a minor in Studio Art but not Art History).
- A student generally follows the minor requirements associated with his or her matriculation year or newer requirements that have been established since matriculation. The time limit for following requirements from a given academic year is six years.
For additional information on requirements on minors, click here.