• Environmental Science 3
  • Dual Degree in Environmental Sciences and Natural Resources Forestry Track Program Requirements

    This program allows an undergraduate student to attend the University of West Alabama for approximately three years and then transfer to the School of Forestry at Auburn University. In order for a student to become a Dual-Degree candidate at Auburn University, he or she must have a recommendation from the Dean of the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics at the University of West Alabama, have a 3.0 grade point average in the required work at UWA, and satisfy the admission requirements of the College of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences at Auburn University. After completing the academic requirements of the two cooperating institutions, the student will be awarded a Bachelor of Environmental Sciences from the University of West Alabama and a Master of Natural Resources with a Professional Forrester concentration from Auburn University.

    University of West Alabama Requirements for the Dual-Degree: 97 hours 

    BY 101 . Principles of Biology (4) 
    BY 212 . General Botany (4) 
    BY 222 . General Zoology (4) 
    BY 308 . Seminar in Biology (1) 
    BY 380 . Genetics (4) 
    BY 450 . Ecology (4) 
    CH 111 . General Chemistry I (4) 
    CH 112 . General Chemistry II (4) 
    CH 241 . Organic Chemistry I (4) 
    CH 242 . Organic Chemistry II (4) 
    CS 205 . Microcomputer Applications (3) 
    EC 202 . Principles of Macroeconomics (3) 
    EC 201 . Principles of Microeconomics (3) 
    EH 101 . Written English I (3) 
    EH 102 . Written English II (3) 

    EH 221 . British Literature I (3) 
    EH 222 . British Literature II (3)
    OR 
    EH 231 . American Literature I (3) 
    EH 232 . American Literature II (3) 

    EN 100 . Introduction to Environmental Sciences (4) 
    EN 456 . Ecological Restoration (3) 
    GE 102 . Physical Geology (4) 
    MH 114 . Precalculus Trigonometry (3) 
    MH 121 . Calculus I (4) 
    MH 246 . Introduction to Biostatistics (4) 
    UWA 101 . Freshman Seminar (2)

    One of the following sequences: 6 hours 

    HY 101 . History of Western Civilization I (3) 
    HY 102 . History of Western Civilization II (3) 
    OR
    HY 211 . American History I (3) 
    HY 212 . American History II (3)

    Two of the following: 6 hours 

    AT 100 . Introduction to Art (3) 
    MU 100 . Introduction to Music (3) 
    TH 100 . Introduction to Theatre (3)

    One of the following: 3 hours 

    SH 100 . Principles of Public Speaking (3) 
    SH 150 . Professional Speaking (3)