Understanding the need to balance the opportunity for visitor experiences with protecting and stewarding protected areas provides professional insight into planning and managing those areas for limited visitor access. Specific costs, deadlines, policies, majors and programs are subject to change, so please confirm important details with college admission personnel. There are 3 required courses (7 Courses taken for the minor can also count toward students' majors or other academic requirements, subject to those other program guidelines. This website is not affiliated with or endorsed by the U.S. Department of Education. Graduate Studies. h�bbd```b``�����l �"����H��X��>"��Ꙏ�E��l;0� Eighteen credit hours of biology courses are required to satisfy the minor, including EFB 320 General Ecology (4); EFB 307/308 Principles of Genetics w/ laboratory (4); EFB 311 Principles of Evolution (3); 7 credits of directed biology electives that may include EFB 202, 210 and 211 and any 300+ level EFB course except EFB 420, 495 and 498. For admission into the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, you will need a GPA 3.97 at a minimum. Outside the student’s Major, 6 additional credits selected from the list of approved courses, which are offered in a faculty other than that of the student’s major, and which are above and beyond those courses being used to satisfy a student’s major, general education or professional requirements. The ESF Employee Directory was moved to improve information security for campus contact information. courses to fulfill the minor requirements. FST 402 Feeding the City: Urban Food Systems (3), FST 403 The Human Right to Adequate Food and Nutrition (3), FST 421 Morality of a Meal: Food Ethics (3). Two courses are specified, with an additional two or three courses selected from the list below. Public Communication of Science & Technology (EST 395), Environmental Communication Workshop (EST 493), Community Planning & Sustainability (EST 426), Environmental & Energy Auditing (EST 427), Attitudes, Values & The Environment (EST 366), Social Processes of the Environment (EST 390), Indigenous Issues and the Environment (EFB 305), EWP 350: Eco-Cinema: Perspectives and Practices, EWP 490: Contemporary Literature of Nature, EWP 407: Writing for Environmental & Science Professionals, EWP 420: Advanced Public Presentation Skills, EWP 494/694: Creative Non-Fiction for the Sciences, EWP 401: Capstone Experience (with permission of instructor), or, Another three-credit, upper-division EWP course (300 or 400-level), FST 102 Food Fights: Contemporary Food Issues (3), EST 361 History of the American Environmental Movement (3), FST 307 Feeding the World: Global Agri-food Governance (3), FST 309 Philosophy and Practice of Locavorism (3), FST 310 Will Work for Food: Labor Across the Food System (3). ESF In addition, the urban forester also must understand the changing dynamic of groups of trees and the effects of those trees on numerous ecosystem services and human health and well-being in a city (urban forestry). Toxic Health Hazards(3). (315) 470-6500. Students will be exposed to views from a variety of disciplines as they wrestle with a wide array of issues related to current and future energy supply and use. Fifteen credit hours of upper division chemistry credits (300 level or above) are required from a list of suggested courses, including: The computer and information technology minor is available to all ESF undergraduates who want to develop greater skill in computer science and information technology applications. The interdisciplinary minor includes courses taught in the Departments of Forest and Natural Resources Management, Environmental Studies, and Landscape Architecture. This minor provides students with the opportunity to combine visitor management with protected area management. The interdisciplinary minor in water resources is designed as a flexible program for undergraduate students to study and integrate principles of physical hydrology, geochemistry, aquatic and terrestrial ecology, natural resources management, and environmental policy. credit hours): EHS250 Foundations of Environmental Health(1), EFB360 Epidemiology(3), and EFB400 The Renewable Energy minor is available to all ESF undergraduate students (except students who are in the Sustainable Energy Management Major or the Renewable Energy option in Environmental Science) who have a GPA of 2.70 or better by the end of their sophomore year. FOR 322 Natural Resources Measurements and Sampling (3) (prerequisites: FOR 304 or equivalent and APM391 or equivalent), FOR 332 Forest Ecology (4) (prerequisites: FOR 232 or EFB 320 or equivalent), FOR 370 Forest Management Decision Making and Planning (3) (prerequisites: FOR 322 and FOR 334) or FOR 373 Forest Operations (3) (prerequisites: FOR 322 or FOR 334 or permission of instructor), FOR 333 Natural Resource Managerial Economics (3) (prerequisite: FOR 207 or equivalent) or FOR 465 Natural Resources Policy (3), IST 233 Introduction to Computer Networking (3), IST 352 Applications of Information Systems (3), IST 459 Introduction to Database Management Systems (3), IST 335 Introduction to Information-based Organizations (3), IST 352 Information Analysis of Organizational Systems (3), IST 445 Managing Information Systems Projects (3), LSA 220 - Introduction to Landscape Architecture, LSA 311 - Natural Processes in Planning and Design, LSA 305 - History of Landscape Architecture I (meets Gen Ed), LSA 306 - History of Landscape Architecture II, LSA 321 - Ecological Applications in Planning and Design, LSA 497 - Contemporary Issues in Landscape Architecture, APM 307 Calculus III for Scientists and Engineering (4), APM 485 Differential Equations for Engineers and Scientists (3), MAT 331 First Course in Linear Algebra (3), ERE 465: Environmental Systems Engineering (3), APM 395 Probability and Statistics for Engineers (3), APM 585 Partial Differential Equations for Engineers and Scientists (3), APM 635 Multivariate Statistical Methods (3), APM 645 Nonparametric Statistics and Categorical Data Analysis (3), MAT 4xx Any MAT course numbered 400 or above (3), EST140 Introduction to Native Peoples, Lands and Cultures (3), EFB 305 Indigenous Issues and the Environment (3), EST 390 Social Processes and the Environment, EST 497 Onondaga Land Rights and our Common Future, SOC 444 Contemporary Native American Movements, NAT 400 Haudenosaunee/New York State Relations, EFB 420 Internship (on Indigenous Issues), EFB 496 Indigenous Values and Environmental Decisions, PHY 222 General Physics Laboratory II (1), PHY 3xx Any PHY courses numbered 300 or above, EST 370 Introduction to Personal Environmental Interpretation Methods (3), FOR 372 Fundamentals of Outdoor Recreation (3), FOR 475 Human Behavior and Recreation Visitor Management (3), FOR 498 Section 20, OR FOR 499 Section 20, EFB 413 Introduction to Conservation Biology (3), FOR 476 Ecotourism and Nature Tourism (3), FOR 478 Wilderness and Wildlands Management (3), CME 305 Sustainable Energy Systems for Buildings (3), CME 306 Engineering Materials for Sustainable Construction (3), CME 304 Environmental Performance Measures for Buildings (3), CME 405 Building Information Modeling (3), CME 565 Sustainable Innovations in Residential Construction (3), EST 426 Community Planning and Sustainability (3), EST 427 Environmental & Energy Auditing (3), EST 550 Environmental Impact Analysis (3), RMS 387 Renewable Materials for Sustainable Construction (3), RMS 422 Composite Materials for Sustainable Construction (3), FOR 481 Introduction to Arboriculture (3), LSA 480 Seminar in Urban Design (3) or LSA 451 Comprehensive Land Planning (3). Sixteen credit hours (5 courses) in mathematics courses are required to complete the minor. A maximum of eight credits can count toward both major and minor requirements; overlap in excess of this number must be offset by taking additional courses from the directed elective list. The physics minor is available to all ESF undergraduates who have an interest in developing greater knowledge in the field of physics. This minor provides students the opportunity to explore fundamentals of molecular, cellular and organismal biology and ecology and to develop laboratory and field proficiencies in the discipline. Students pursuing this minor may incur additional fees as required for exceeding their SU accessory instruction allocation. Students will have the flexibility to explore a variety of components by selecting People Search (Faculty, Staff, Grad Students). The Native Peoples and the Environment minor is available to all ESF undergraduates. Two additional courses are chosen from the following: Economics analyzes how people with limited resources make choices and provides the fundamentals for good decision-making. To be eligible for entry into the minor, students need a minimum GPA of 2.70 and have successfully completed the prerequisite courses EWP 190 and EWP 290 or their equivalent (Students may apply for entry to the minor prior to completion EWP 290).

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