Transfer students are also required to comply with the immunization, foreign language, and continuous enrollment policies of the university. All rights reserved. Although there are courses in the core of ESP, the There are a number of options to receive academic credit for a mentored research experience and to have the experience show on the official transcript. Some courses required for the major may also meet General Education requirements thereby transferring maximum hours to the university. Select two courses (6 credit hours total) from the following courses within the social sciences: Students in the ISS major complete a total of 42 credit hours of coursework in three categories: Note: A minimum of 30 of the 42 hours must be at the 3000-level or above. Upon declaration of the major, students should meet with an advisor to declare concentrations, particularly before too many courses are completed in the College of Arts and Sciences.

This unique interdisciplinary program incorporates courses from various 813-974-2011. Science degree. Graduate Assistant application form, if applying for an assistantship. policy.

TOTAL DEGREE HOURS: 120. Students should choose one of these tracks and follow the course requirements: There are research opportunities associated with this major. Students should complete the following prerequisite courses at the lower level prior to entering the university. If these courses are not taken at a Florida College System institution, they must be completed before the degree is granted. Non-Thesis students complete a written comprehensive exam. Students complete a Thesis Proposal, subject to approval of the Faculty Supervisory Committee, typically during their second semester while enrolled in 2 credit hours of EVR 6908Independent Study. All rights reserved. The Once on this page, select the program from the available drop-down and then click View Selected Plan., Print Degree Planner (opens a new window), ISS 3010 - Introduction to the Social Sciences, ISS 4935 - Seminar in the Social Sciences, EVR 2001 - Introduction to Environmental Science, EVR 2861 - Introduction to Environmental Policy, Acalog Academic Catalog Management System (ACMS), Diversity and Global Context Courses (4-9 credit hours), Two Concentrations Areas (24-29 credit hours), Africana Studies (AFA or AFH or AFS prefixes. ISS advisors can assist students in selecting courses that provide these research opportunities. No more than 3 credit hours of EVR 6908Independent Study may be applied to the major. Please enable Javascript for full functionality. This includes six hours of elective coursework (courses with EVR, GEO, GIS, or GLY prefixes) and 2 credit hours of EVR 6908Independent Study, in which the student completes an additional professional track requirement of completing a comprehensive examination. Tampa, FL 33620, USA STA 2122 is the third core course required for majors in Interdisciplinary Social Sciences and teaches students to use quantitative reasoning to address social science issues of local and global concern.

http://iss.usf.edu/concentrations/, Click here for Plan of Study. Courses from outside programs require approval by the Environmental Science and Policy Graduate Director. Copyright 2022,University of South Florida. Students wishing to transfer to USF should complete an A.A. degree at a Florida College System institution. Plus four (4) approved science-related electives. These courses involve students in the study of human life and experience; the various concepts, theories, and methods used in the social sciences; and the application of these concepts and methods to issues and questions of contemporary local and global significance. Global Pathway programs have significant global content and align with the goals of USFs Quality Enhancement Plan, the Global Citizens Project. She may be contacted via email at: GeoAdvise@usf.edu; by phone at (813) 974-3250; office location is Science Center (SCA) 207. Unless stated otherwise, a grade of C- is the minimum acceptable grade in prerequisite courses.

4202 E. Fowler Avenue Personal statement describing career goals, degree track (thesis or professional), and interest in the graduate program. In addition, majors take 6-7 courses that allow them to sub-specialize in environmental science or in environmental policy. TOTAL DEGREE HOURS: 120 All students majoring in Environmental Science and Policy are required to see the advisor (Teresa Ippolito- see above for contact information) each semester prior to registration for the following term. With a proven track record of commitment to student success, USF offers a path for every student. This website is maintained by USF Academic Catalog. Thesis track students should clearly identify both research interests and preferred major professor(s). With a proven track record of commitment to student success, USF offers a path for every student. Please enable Javascript for full functionality. All rights reserved. Javascript is currently not supported, or is disabled by this browser. Tampa, FL 33620, USA

Must meet University Admission and English Proficiency requirements as well as requirements for admission to the major, listed below. 813-974-2011.

Students in Global Pathway programs are well positioned to earn the Global Citizen Award and become eligible to apply for a study abroad scholarship offered by the Global Citizens Project. The remainder of the 42 hours of major coursework will be selected from courses in the following categories: Note: If one or more of the students areas of concentration require(s) more than 12 hours of coursework, fewer than 9 hours of coursework will be required in the Diversity and Global Context category.

No more than two grades of D are acceptable in the ISS major. Related Links in Environmental Science and Policy: Eco JobsNational Association for Environmental ManagementNational Recreation and Park AssociationNational Association of Environmental ProfessionalsTampa Bay Association of Environmental Professionals, USF Department of Geography, Environment and PlanningOccupational Outlook HandbookO*Net Online, 4202 E. Fowler Avenue, SVC 2088, Tampa, FL 33620, USA813-974-2171. All rights reserved. Choose one Methods and Techniques course from the following list: And choose one Seminar from the following list: Students must complete 12 credit hours of graduate level (5000 or higher) elective courses with EVR, GEO, GIS, or GLY prefixes, of which at least 6 credit hours must be EVR-prefixed courses. In addition, students select electives to Tampa, FL 33620, USA Courses are selected in consultation with their major professor.

Print Degree Planner (opens a new window), Major Contacts, Deadlines, and Delivery Information, EVR 6930 Research Colloquium in Environmental Science and Policy, GEO 6116 Perspectives on Environmental Thought, GEO 6166 Multivariate Statistical Analysis, GIS 6100 Advanced Geographic Information Systems, EVR 6934 Graduate Environmental Science, Policy, and Management Selected Topics, EVR 6908 Environmental Science, Policy, and Management Independent Study, Acalog Academic Catalog Management System (ACMS). If these courses are not taken at a Florida college System institution, they must be completed before the degree is granted. Chairperson: M. Rains; Associate Chairperson: J. Firat; Professors: A. Njoh, G. Tobin; Associate Professors: F. Akiwumi,K. Alsharif, M. Bosman, J. Collins, J. Firat, R. Pu, S. Reader, P. van Beynen; Senior Instructor: C. Mizak; Instructors: L. Walker, E. Walton. In lieu of a thesis, professional track students complete an additional 8 credit hours of coursework. Students must complete 6 thesis hours (EVR 6971Thesis: Masters) while working on their thesis. Copyright 2022,University of South Florida. Acalog Academic Catalog Management System (ACMS). The thesis defense serves in lieu of the Comprehensive Exam.

If a student wishes to transfer without an A.A. degree and has fewer than 60 semester hours of acceptable credit, the student must meet the universitys entering freshman requirements including ACT or SAT test scores, GPA, and course requirements. colleges across the University. ISS students choose two concentration areas and complete at least twelve (12) credit hours in each concentration: Africana Studies; Aging Sciences; American Studies; Anthropology; Communication; Communication Sciences and Disorders; Criminology; Deaf Studies; Economics; Environmental Science and Policy; Geography; History; Humanities; Information Studies; International Studies; Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies; Mass Communications; Multidisciplinary Behavioral Sciences; Political Science; Psychology; Public Administration; Public Health; Religious Studies; Sociology; Womens and Gender Studies. Students should complete the following prerequisite courses at the lower level prior to entering the university. curriculum has two sub concentrations, one in environmental science and one in environmental No transfer courses with grades of D are acceptable for credit in the ISS major. Finally, all majors must complete an upper division seminar and an internship or project. (CIP = 45.0101) 813-974-2011. There are additional requirements for this major such as grade, GPA, foreign language, and/or general education requirements. The Master of Science in Environmental Science and Policy is designed to provide students the discipline-specific knowledge and transferable skills to understand the socio-cultural and political context in which environmental problems are created and ameliorated, as well as the scientific expertise to explore and analyze the consequences of ongoing environmental change. 813-974-2011. The ESP Undergraduate Program has two tracks (Science and Policy). All ISS majors participate in a Senior Research Project as part of the requirements for ISS 4935 - Seminar in the Social Sciences. Javascript is currently not supported, or is disabled by this browser. Unless stated otherwise, a grade of C- is the minimum acceptable grade in prerequisite courses. Once on this page, select the program from the available drop-down and then click View Selected Plan., Print Degree Planner (opens a new window), http://hennarot.forest.usf.edu/main/depts/geosci/ug/esp/, EVR 2001 - Introduction to Environmental Science, EVR 2861 - Introduction to Environmental Policy, BSC 2010L - Cellular Processes Laboratory, CHM 2045L - General Chemistry I Laboratory, CHM 2046L - General Chemistry II Laboratory, EVR 4910 - Environmental Science and Policy Project, EVR 4940 - Environmental Science Internship, EVR 4921 - Environmental Science and Policy Seminar, GLY 2010 - Dynamic Earth: Introduction to Physical Geology, GLY 2000L - Essentials of Geology Laboratory, GEO 2200 - Introduction to Physical Geography, GEO 2200L - Introduction to Physical Geography Lab, CHM 2210L - Organic Chemistry Laboratory I, EVR 4807 - Sustainable Healthy Environments, GEO 4265 - Soil Genesis and Classification, GIS 4035C - Remote Sensing of the Environment, GIS 4043C - Geographic Information Systems, GLY 3104C - Stratigraphy and Paleontology, GLY 3552C - Sedimentary Rocks and Processes, GLY 4720C - Aqueous and Environmental Geochemistry, GLY 4734 - Beaches and Coastal Environments, PCB 3043L - Principles of Ecology Laboratory, PAD 3003 - Introduction to Public and Community Service, PAD 4144 - Nonprofit Organizations and Public Policy, PAD 4930 - Selected Topics in Public Administration and Public Policy, POS 3142 - Introduction to Urban Politics and Government, POS 3182 - Florida Politics and Government, http://www.usf.edu/undergrad/undergraduate-research/, http://hennarot.forest.usf.edu/main/depts/geosci/ug/advising/, Acalog Academic Catalog Management System (ACMS), BSC X010C* or (BSC X010 and BSC X010L) or BOT X010C or (BOT X010and BOT X010L) - 4 credit hours, MCB X013C or BSC X011C or (BSC X011 and BSC X011L) or ZOO X010C or (ZOO X010 and ZOO X010L) or CHM X046C or (CHM X046 and CHM X046L) - 4 credit hours, CHM X045C* or (CHM X045 and CHM X045L)* - 4 credit hours, CHM X046C* or (CHM X046 and CHM X046L)* - 4 credit hours, PHY X020 or PHY X025 or PHY X053C or (PHY X053 and PHY X053L) or PHY X048C or (PHY X048 and PHY X048L) - 4-5 credit hours, (PHY X054 and PHY X054L) or PHY X049 and PHY X049L) or PHY X054C or PHY X049C - 4 credit hours, MAC X311* or MAC X233 or MAC X140 or MAC X105 - 4 credit hours, STA X023* or STA X122 or STA X024 or STA X032 - 3 credit hours, GLY X010C or (GLY X010 and GLY X010L) - 4 credit hours, GLY 2000L - Essentials of Geology Laboratory Credits / Units: 1. Those courses in the X900-X999 except for, Upper-Level Courses (3000- or 4000-level) with an ISS prefix. degree also offers students the opportunity to choose an area of concentration. Students should choose one of these tracks and follow the course requirements: All undergraduate students in any degree program can participate in undergraduate research. Copyright 2022,University of South Florida. Our academic programs strive to meet the needs of individual learners and turn knowledge and experience into career preparedness. Those courses in the X900-X999 except for, Womens and Gender Studies (WST prefixes. science, statistics, policy, and ethics. This program has been certified as a Global Pathway. Our academic programs strive to meet the needs of individual learners and turn knowledge and experience into career preparedness. Air Pollution AnalystAir/Water Quality ManagerChemical TechnicianConservation AgentEnvironmental ConsultantEnvironmental EducatorEnvironmental EngineerEnvironmental Impact AnalystEnvironmental LawyerEnvironmental PlannerEPA Analyst or StatisticianForest ScientistHazardous Waste ManagerHydrologistsJournalistOcean TechnicianPark RangerPublic Health EducatorResearch AssistantSoil ScientistToxicologist. Students must maintain a minimum grade point average of 2.0 in ISS to graduate. ISS offers a wide choice of courses, and an opportunity to design a quality program geared toward individual needs and interests. All rights reserved.4202 E. Fowler Avenue, ISS majors must satisfy two semesters of a foreign language in order to graduate.

This interdisciplinary major spans multiple programs within the School of Geosciences in the College of Arts and Sciences. Students wishing to transfer to USF should complete an A.A. degree at a Florida College System institution. Please see http://hennarot.forest.usf.edu/main/depts/geosci/ug/advising/ and/or contact Teresa Ippolito, the Environmental Science and Policy Academic Advisor. All rights reserved. Examples of careers include field scientist, research scientist, policy analyst, lobbyist, conservationist, and educator. Javascript is currently not supported, or is disabled by this browser.

If a student wishes to transfer without an A.A. degree and has fewer than 60 semester hours of acceptable credit, the student must meet the universitys entering freshman requirements including ACT or SAT test scores, GPA, and course requirements. Seniors complete a research The ISS program is designed to provide an interdisciplinary integration of the social sciences for students who are interested in a broad educational experience. 4202 E. Fowler Avenue Students completing the Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Javascript is currently not supported, or is disabled by this browser. Two of these courses, ISS 3010and ISS 4935, introduce and employ the interdisciplinary social science perspective. The ESP Undergraduate Program has two tracks (Science and Policy). All majors in the program must complete the required courses including two introductory courses in environmental science and policy, one semester of calculus, two semesters each of general biology and general chemistry, environmental ethics, global conservation, statistics and physical science (either geology or geography). Applicants must submit current scores from the Graduate Record Examination (GRE). Students defend their thesis in an oral presentation and submit the written thesis for the approval of the Faculty Supervisory Committee, which is then submitted to the University as a requirement for earning the degree.

If a student wishes to transfer without an A.A. degree and has fewer than 60 semester hours of acceptable credit, the student must meet the universitys entering freshman requirements including ACT or SAT test scores, GPA, and course requirements. Tampa, FL 33620, USA The Office for Undergraduate Research will assist students in understanding the various course options (http://www.usf.edu/undergrad/undergraduate-research/). With a proven track record of commitment to student success, USF offers a path for every student. companies. Acalog Academic Catalog Management System (ACMS). No student should assume that courses already completed will automatically count toward the ISS degree. Students wishing to transfer to USF should complete an A.A. degree at a Florida College System institution. *This is a requirement for the University of South Florida. Thesis track students complete a masters thesis that constitutes an original scholarly contribution and is conducted under the direction of a major professor and a three-member Faculty Supervisory Committee. project or perform an internship in one of a variety of government agencies or private Students in both concentrations take supporting courses in physical and natural 813-974-2011. The thesis track consists of 8 credit hours.

About This Site Contact USF Visit USF, http://hennarot.forest.usf.edu/main/depts/geosci/ug/esp/. The program offers both thesis and professional tracks as courses of study. Some courses required for the major may also meet General Education requirements thereby transferring maximum hours to the university.

Other research opportunities may be provided in courses related to the students area of concentration or courses selected in the Diversity and Global Context category. This website is maintained by Career Services. in Environmental Science and Policy have found employment with government agencies (city, county, state, and federal), private industry, and non-profit organizations. Copyright 2022,University of South Florida. strengthen their knowledge within their concentration. A minimum grade of C- or higher is required for each of the major core courses. Students who are eligible for an internship must see the internship coordinator (Dr. Connie Mizak; (813) 974-3101; mizak@usf.edu) six weeks prior to the beginning of the semester in which they will complete the internship. American Sign Language (ASL) satisfies the Foreign Language Exit Requirement (FLEX). The environmental industry is a growing arena for employment for degree holders at all levels. Tampa, FL 33620, USA 813-974-2011This website is maintained by Undergraduate Studies. Our academic programs strive to meet the needs of individual learners and turn knowledge and experience into career preparedness. This website is maintained by USF Academic Catalog. Students should complete the following prerequisite courses at the lower level prior to entering the university. These courses will not impact degree credits or GPA but will show on an official transcript and document the experience. With a proven track record of commitment to student success, USF offers a path for every student. Please enable Javascript for full functionality. Please note that some careers below will require further education.

If the footnote is attached to the whole group, then studentshave the choice of common prerequisites. 4202 E. Fowler Avenue Three letters of recommendation from people qualified to assess the applicants potential for graduate study. Note: A minimum grade of C- or higher is required for each of the major core courses. Students can specialize in wetlands and water, natural environments, climate and hazards, geographic information systems, or human-environment interaction. Please enable Javascript for full functionality. Copyright 2022,University of South Florida. All rights reserved. This website is maintained by USF Academic Catalog. Javascript is currently not supported, or is disabled by this browser. Some courses required for the major may also meet General Education requirements thereby transferring maximum hours to the university. Click here for Plan of Study. Students who wish to enroll in an undergraduate research course should consult with their academic advisor to understand how the credit will apply towards the degree requirements. http://hennarot.forest.usf.edu/main/depts/geosci/ug/esp/. Some also go on to attend graduate or law school. Transfer students are also required to comply with the immunization, foreign language, and continuous enrollment policies of the university. Our academic programs strive to meet the needs of individual learners and turn knowledge and experience into career preparedness. Skip Over Breadcrumbs and Secondary Navigation, National Association for Environmental Management, National Association of Environmental Professionals, Tampa Bay Association of Environmental Professionals, USF Department of Geography, Environment and Planning. 4202 E. Fowler Avenue If the footnote is attached to aparticular course found within a group of alternatives then the course is accepted asmeeting the requirement.

Copyright 2022,University of South Florida. Those courses in the X900-X999 except for, International Studies (INR or CPO prefixes. This website is maintained by USF Academic Catalog. Plus four (4) approved policy-related electives. There is more information available for this major such as faculty, advising, and/or accreditation information. 4202 E. Fowler Avenue If these courses are not taken at a Florida College System institution, they must be completed before the degree is granted. If no credit is needed, students may be eligible to enroll in the 0-credit IDS 2912, IDS 4914or IDS 4910courses.

This website is maintained by USF Academic Catalog. Tampa, FL 33620, USA (CIP = 03.0104)(ESP) Track 1 of 2 Copyright 2022, University of South Florida. (CIP = 45.0101) (ISS) The undergraduate degree in Environmental Science & Policy (ESP) is a Bachelor of With a proven track record of commitment to student success, USF offers a path for every student. Writing sample (a substantial term paper or other evidence of academic or professional writing ability). Transfer students are also required to comply with the immunization, foreign language, and continuous enrollment policies of the university. Students choosing to sub-specialize in environmental science take a second semester of calculus, one semester of organic chemistry and lab, and four electives within designated tracks. At the discretion of the students examining committee, an internship or special project may be substituted for the non-thesis exam. Our academic programs strive to meet the needs of individual learners and turn knowledge and experience into career preparedness. Please enable Javascript for full functionality. Students choosing to sub-specialize in policy take environmental regulation and economic geography and four electives within designated categories.

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