*The internship must be processed through the Office of Career Services and approved in advance by the Environmental Studies program chair. EVST 496 is non-credit while EVST 498 is taken for course credit. The internship does not need to be completed for academic credit.
Chemistry of Environment (w/Lab)
or BIOL 104
Environmental Biology (w/Lab)
may be substituted with CHEM 110
General Chemistry 1: Structures and Properties (w/Lab)
or BIOL 150
Cell Biology (w/Lab),
respectively, with approval of the Environmental Studies program chair.