Earth / Space Science Major for Secondary Education

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1 Earth / Space Science Major for Secondary Education FOR EDUCATION COURSES, Please refer carefully to the current Teacher Education Program Guidebook which can be viewed at GEO 120 or GEO 151 or GEO 15 Earth Systems Introduction to Geology Big Sky Geology: Montana Field Experience May Interim GEO 212 Structural Geology GEO 152 GEO 215 Mineralogy GEO 151 & CHEM 10 GEO 251 Oceanography High school chemistry GEO 250 Meteorology ASTR 211 Planetary and Stellar Astronomy MATH 12 & one course in high school or college physics, or ASTR 212 Galactic Astronomy and Cosmology MATH 12 & one course in high school or college physics, or SCES 21 Communication and Learning in the Natural Sciences courses in natural sciences SCES 1 2 Integration Methods & Pedagogies for Sec. Science Teachers SCES 21 SCES 59 Seminar in Secondary Teaching of Integrated Science One advisor-approved elective from: ENST 210 Human Impacts on the Environment GEO 252 Geomorphology GEO 120 or GEO 151 or 15 GEO 261 GIS and Cartography GEO 0 Geochemistry GEO 151 plus CHEM 10 or GEO 1 Paleontology GEO 152 or BIOL 22 & 2 GEO 16 Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology GEO 215 GEO 17 Sedimentation and Stratigraphy GEO 215 STATS 1 Probability and Statistics An approved elective Required Cognates: CHEM 10 General Chemistry I MATH 12 or MATH 171 Calculus for Management, Life & Social Sciences STAT 1 or *(see below) One course in college or high school physics *Required for : yrs college prep math, excluding stats courses or Math 110, and results of calculus readiness test administered during orientation Last updated: /27/18

2 Environmental Geology Major ( credits) GEO 151 Introduction to Geology Or GEO 15 or GEO 120 GEO 152 Historical Geology GEO 151 or equivalent GEO 215 Mineralogy GEO 151 & CHEM 10 GEO 252 Geomorphology GEO 120 or 151 or 15 GEO 0 Geochemistry GEO 215 or 151 plus CHEM 10 or GEO 12 Environmental Geology GEO 252 GEO 17 Sedimentation and Stratigraphy GEO 215 or concurrent GEO 87 1 Geology as Vocation Junior or senior standing GEO 261 Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Cartography ENST 210 Human Impacts on the Environment ENST 02 Environment and Society ENST 210 ENST 85 or Field Course Internship in Environmental Studies Field Course Junior or Senior standing ENST 95 History and Philosophy of Environmental Thought ENST 210 and 02 and, GEO 51 recommended Two electives from: (8-10 credits) GEO First-Year Research in Earth Sciences: Dunes First-year students only GEO 212 Structural Geology GEO 152 GEO 251 Oceanography GEO 16 Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology GEO 215 GEO 22 Coastal Geomorphology GEO 252 GEO 61 Advanced Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Completion of GEO 261 with grade of C or better GEO 62 Remote Sensing of Earth GEO 261 CHEM 25 5 Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry CHEM 10 with grade of C or better ENGR 06 Principles of Environmental Engineering ENGR 209 or GEO 1 Geology Field Methods If used as a field course, cannot be used as an elective PHYS 1 Introductory Physics MATH 172 or concurrent, or MATH 171 & Envtl. Science Cognates:(16 credits) CHEM 10 General Chemistry I CHEM 10 or ENGR 106 STAT 1 or MATH 171 MATH 12 or MATH 172 General Chemistry II Engineering Chemistry and Materials Science Calculus for Management, Life, and Social Sciences I *See catalog for readiness Completion of MATH 170 or 171 with C- or better Last updated: /0/18

3 Environmental Science Major - Geology Focus (9 credits) GEO 151 Introduction to Geology Or GEO 15 or GEO 120 GEO 152 Historical Geology GEO 120 or GEO 151 or 15 GEO 215 Mineralogy GEO 151 & CHEM 10 GEO 252 Geomorphology GEO 120 or GEO 151 or 15 GEO 12 Environmental Geology GEO 252 BIOL 160 Ecology and Evolutionary Systems Co-requisite: CHEM 10 BIOL 161 Cellular and Genetic Systems CHEM 10 BIOL 5 Ecosystem Ecology and Management BIOL 22 (or 11) & 225 CHEM 10 General Chemistry I CHEM 10 General Chemistry II CHEM 10 or equivalent CHEM 25 or CHEM Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry Organic Chemistry I CHEM 271 Environmental Chemistry CHEM 25 or 261 One Course from: (- credits) CHEM 10, with grade of C or better CHEM 10, with grade of C or better BIOL 250 Research Design and Methodology Co-requisite: BIOL 295 GEO 212 Structural Geology GEO 152 GEO 0 Geochemistry GEO 215, or 151 w/ CHEM 10, or GEO 17 Sedimentation and Stratigraphy GEO 215 or concurrent GEO 22 Coastal Geomorphology GEO 252 An approved alternative Envtl. Science Cognates: (17-21 credits) MATH 12 (or 171) & STAT 2 or MATH 171 & MATH 172 & STAT 2 Calculus for Management, Life and Social Sciences I ENST 210 Human Impacts on the Environment ENST 02 Environment and Society ENST 210 *see catalog Finish MATH 171 w/ C- or better Spring only; req. MATH 172 ENST 95 History and Philosophy of Environmental Thought ENST 210 and 02 or of instructor Last updated: /27/18

4 I. COMMON REQUIREMENTS (5 credits) Environmental Studies Major BIOL 160 Ecological and Evolutionary Systems ECON 22 Environmental and Resource Economics ENST 210 Human Impacts on the Environment ENST 02 Environment and Society ENST 210 or ENST 95 History and Philosophy of Environmental Thought ENST 210 and 02 or GEO 120 or GEO 151 or GEO 15 Earth Systems Introduction to Geology Big Sky Geology: Montana Field Experience May Interim GEO 252 Geomorphology GEO 120 or GEO 151 or 15 GEO 261 Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Cartography POLS 212 American Public Policy STAT 1 or STAT 2 or PSYCH 255 or SOC 255 Introduction to Probability & Statistics Statistics Statistics and Research Design Social Science Statistics II. DISCIPLINARY TRACK (Choose five courses within ONE (1) discipline credits). (refer to catalog for course requirements) GEORAPHY GEO 110 or GEO 200 Cr. Course Title Cr. Course Title World Regions People, Place, and Community ECONOMICS ECON 221 Microeconomics GEO FYRES ECON 222 Macroeconomics GEO 20 The Global Economy ECON 25 Managerial Economics GEO 250 Meteorology ECON 26 Business Forecasting GEO 251 Oceanography ECON 0 Urban Regional Economics GEO Special Topics ECON 9 Public Finance GEO 10 Urban Geography ECON Quantitative Economics GEO 22 Coastal Geomorphology BUS 59 Internship GEO 51 City and Regional Planning GEO 52 Urban Planning for Sust. Comm. POLITICAL SCIENCE GEO 61 Advanced Geographic Information Systems (GIS) POLS 101 or POLS 110 American Politics Persons in Political Comm. GEO 62 Remote Sensing of Earth POLS 202 State Politics & Federalism ENST Internship POLS 207 Int l Cooperation & Conflict POLS 209 or 2 Public & Nonprofit Admin. The President and Congress POLS 251 Foundations of POLS Research POLS 276 or POLS 279 Latin American Politics African Politics POLS 08 Int l Organizations & Law POLS Internship Last updated: /27/18

5 Geography Major (29 credits) GEO 120 Earth Systems or GEO 151 or GEO 15 GEO Colloquium: Semester 1 GEO Colloquium: Semester 2 GEO 200 People, Place, and Community ENST 210 Human Impacts on the Environment GEO 20 The Global Economy GEO 110, 200, or a social science course GEO 252 Geomorphology GEO 120 or GEO 151 or 15 GEO 261 Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Cartography GEO Seminar GEO 10 Urban Geography GEO 110, 200, or a social science course GEO 80 Seminar in Geographic Thought Junior / senior standing in Geography program 7 credits of approved electives, including one 00 level course, to bring total credits to at least 6: GEO 110 World Regional Geography GEO First-Year Research in Earth Sciences: Dunes First-year students only GEO 22 Geography of Africa GEO 2 United States and the World GEO 250 Meteorology GEO 251 Oceanography High school chemistry GEO Special Topics in Geography Sophomore standing GEO 22 Coastal Geomorphology GEO 252 GEO 51 City and Regional Planning Two level social science and/or Geography courses GEO 52 Urban Planning for Sustainable Communities GEO 61 Advanced Geographic Information Systems (GIS) GEO 261 w/ grade of C or better GEO 62 Remote Sensing of Earth GEO 261 GEO 85 Internship in Geography Senior standing and GEO Independent Study Permission GEO Research in Geography Permission ENST 02 Environment and Society ENST 210 An approved course One cognate course from the following: MATH 12 Calculus for Management, Life, and Social Sciences STATS 1 MATH 171 *see catalog for requirements PSYCH 255 or SOC 255 Statistics and Research Design Social Science Statistics Last updated: /0/18

6 Geology Major (2 credits) GEO 151 Introduction to Geology Or GEO 15 or GEO 120 GEO 152 Historical Geology GEO 151 or equivalent GEO 212 Structural Geology GEO 152 GEO 215 Mineralogy GEO 151 or 15 or GEO 120 and CHEM 10 or concurrently GEO 252 Geomorphology GEO 120 or GEO 151 or 15 GEO 16 Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology GEO 215 GEO 17 Sedimentation and Stratigraphy GEO 215 or concurrent GEO 87 1 Geology as Vocation Junior or senior standing Capstone Physical Science senior Capstone course (typically IDIS 10 or ENST 95) Two electives from: (-9 credits) GEO First-Year Research in Earth Sciences: Dunes First-year students only GEO 251 Oceanography High school chemistry & sophomore standing GEO 261* Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Cartography GEO 0 Geochemistry GEO 215 or GEO 151 plus CHEM 10 or GEO 12 Environmental Geology GEO 252 GEO 1* Paleontology GEO 152 or BIOL 160 & 161 GEO 22 Coastal Geomorphology GEO 252 GEO 25 Hydrogeology CHEM 10 & GEO 252 or ENGR 06 or ENGR 20, MATH 12 or 171 recommended GEO 1* Geology Field Methods Junior or senior standing GEO 61 Advanced Geographic Information Systems (GIS) GEO 86 2 Seminar in Geology Completion of GEO 261 with grade of C or better GEO Independent Study Permission of faculty GEO 96* 2- Research in Geology Permission of faculty An approved interim course Required Cognates: (8 credits) CHEM 10 General Chemistry I STATS 1 or MATH 171 see catalog for requirements *recommended for career or graduate study in Geology, along with the following courses: CHEM 10 or ENGR 106 PHYS 12 PHYS 1 MATH 172 or 12 ENGL 261 CS 106 Last updated: /0/18