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B.S. Major Requirements:

 
UNITS
English Composition and Public Speaking Requirement
3-8
University Writing Program 101, 102A-G, 104A-E, or passing the Upper Division English Composition exam 0-4
Communication 1 or 3 or Dramatic Art 10 3-4
Preparatory Subject Matter
46-52
Biological Sciences 2A, 10, or 10V, Chemistry 2A or 10, and Physics 1A 11-13
Biological Sciences 2B or Chemistry 2B or Physics 1B 3-5
Plant Sciences 21, or Science & Society 18 3
Economics 1A, 1B 8
Animal Science 1, Atmospheric Science 60, Environmental Science & Management 100, Geology 1 or 134, Plant Sciences 12, or Wildlife, Fish, & Conservation Biology 11 3-5
Environmental Science & Policy 1 4
Mathematics 16A-16B, 17A-17B, or 21A-21B 6-8
Political Science 1 4
Statistics 13 or 32 3-4
Satisfaction of General Education requirement.
Depth Subject Matter
47-51
(Students must take these units on a letter grade basis, and must attain an overall grade point average of 2.000 or higher in the Depth Subject Matter courses.)
Environmental Science & Policy 110, 160, 168A, 168B 17
Environmental Science & Policy 161 4
Environmental Science & Policy 178 4
Environmental Science & Policy 179 4
Select one course from: Agricultural & Resource Economics 106, Sociology 106, Statistics 100, 103, or 108 4-5
Agricultural & Resource Economics 100A or Economics 100 4
Agricultural & Resource Economics 176, Economics 125, or Environmental Science & Policy 175 4
Applied Biological Systems Technology 150 or Environmental Science & Policy 179L 2-4
Select one course from: Applied Biological Systems Technology 181N, 182, or Environmental Science & Management 185 or 186 4-5
Areas of Specialization (choose one)
12-17
Students must select courses in the Areas of Specialization that have not been taken in the Depth Subject Matter.
City & Regional Planning
Environmental Science & Policy 171 and 172 8
Select one course from: Civil & Environmental Engineering 162, 165 or Environmental Science & Policy 163 3-4
Select one course from: Art History 168, Community & Regional Development 149, 152, 156, or 171, Environmental Toxicology 110, Environmental Science & Policy 173 or Political Science 100 2-5
Climate Change Policy
Environmental Science & Policy 165N 3
Select one course from: Agriculture & Resource Economics 176, Economics 125, Environmental Science & Policy 163, 167, or 171 4
Select two courses from: Atmospheric Science 116, 133, or 160, Environmental Science & Management 131, Environmental Science & Policy 116N, Science & Society 25 or 25V 6-8
Conservation Management
Select two courses from: Environmental Science & Policy 166N, 169, 170, or 172 6-8
Select one course from: Environmental Horticulture 160, Environmental Science & Management 141, Environmental Science & Policy 100, 121, or 127, Evolution & Ecology 115, 138, or Wildlife, Fish, & Conservation Biology 154 or 155 3-5
Select one course from: African American & African Studies 176, 177, Agriculture & Resource Economics 115A, Anthropology 103, Asian American Studies 114, Chicana/Chicano Studies 112, Community & Regional Development 153A, 153B, or 153C, International Relations 104, or Sociology 145A 4
Energy & Transportation Planning
Economics 125, Engineering 106, or Environmental Science & Policy 175 3-4
Select two courses from: Civil & Environmental Engineering 162, 165, Environmental Science & Policy 163, 167, or 172 7-8
Select one course from: Atmospheric Science 116, Civil & Environmental Engineering 123, 143, Engineering 160, Environmental Science & Management 131, or Geology 130 3-4
Environmental Policy & Politics
Select one course from: Political Science 100, 104, 105, 107, or 109 4
Select one course from: Political Science 162, 164, 165, or 170 4
Select one course from: Civil & Environmental Engineering 165, Environmental Science & Policy 165N, 166N, 167, 169, 170, 171, 172 3-4
Select one course from: Agricultural & Resource Economics 106, 176, Civil & Environmental Engineering 153, Economics 130, or Environmental Science & Policy 175 4
Integrative Policy
Students choosing this individualized track must consult with a faculty adviser to identify an area of emphasis within this track and to select four upper division courses with a common theme. Possible areas of emphasis are marine policy, pollutants in the environment, planning in the presence of environmental hazards, sustainable development, or environmental and natural resource economics. If you are considering this track, please contact the major adviser as soon as possible.
Water Management
Select two courses from: Environmental Science & Policy 166N, 169, or Hydrologic Science 150 6
Select two courses from: Environmental Science & Management 100, 121, Environmental Science & Policy 151, 155, Geology 134, Hydrologic Science 141, 143, Soil Science 118, Wildlife, Fish, & Conservation Biology 120, Biological Sciences 124, Environmental Science & Policy 116N, 124, 150C, or 152 6-8
Total Units for the Degree
108-128
Major Adviser. J. Sanchirico (Environmental Science and Policy)

Minor Program Requirements:

The faculty for environmental policy analysis and planning offers the following minor. The Environmental Policy Analysis minor is for natural and social science students desiring basic training in policy analysis theory and methods.  
 
UNITS
Environmental Policy Analysis
23-25
Preparation: Economics 1A; basic course in political science.
Environmental Science & Policy 1 4
Environmental Science & Policy 160, 161, 168A 13
Select two courses from: Environmental Science & Policy 163, 165N, 166N, 167, 168B, 169, 171, 172, or 179 6-8
Minor Adviser. J. Sanchirico (Environmental Science and Policy)
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