Major Electives

Since a total of 20 hours in the major must be numbered 300 or higher, 17 hours selected from the courses listed below should be completed.

Biology (UAB)

Anthropology (UAB)

BY 210 - Genetics ANTH 307 - Environmental Archaeology
BY 311 - Molecular Genetics ANTH 422 - Landscape Archaeology
BY 330 - Cell Biology ANTH 434 - Observing the Earth from Space
BY 397 - Advanced Directed Readings
ANTH 437 - Real World Remote Sensing App
BY 398 - Undergraduate Research
BY 405 - Microbial Physiology Chemistry (UAB)
BY 407 - Microbial Ecology CH 472 - Chemistry of Natural Products
BY 409 - Principles of Human Physiology

BY 416 - Cellular Physiology Biology (Samford)
BY 431 - Principles of DNA Technology BIOL 326 - Environmental Science
BY 433 - Advanced Molecular Genetics BIOL 327 - Conservation Ecology
BY 435 - Natural History of Vertebrates BIOL 334 - Experimental Genetics
BY 442 - Experimental Phycology BIOL 405 - Cell and Molecular Biology
BY 450 - Plant Physiology BIOL 416 - Vertebrate Field Zoology
BY 452 - Field Botany BIOL 432 - Internship in Environmental Science
BY 453 - Mycology
BY 460 - Advanced Invertebrate Zoology Biology (Birmingham Southern)
BY 465 - Limnology BI 314 - Conservation Biology
BY 467 - Population Ecology

BI 350 - Ethnobotany and Economic Botany
BY 470 - Ecology
BY 474 - Chemical Ecology Environmental Science (Miles)
BY 498 - Honors Research ES 321- Environmental Science I
Civil Engineering (UAB) ES 324 - Environmental Analysis
CE 332 - Soil Engineering

ES 340 - Principles Global Positioning Systems

(GPS) & Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

CE 337 - Hydraulics ES 404 - Environmental Laws
CE 430 - Water Supply/Drainage Design ES 430 - Environmental Science Internship
CE 433 - Solid and Hazardous Wastes Mgt.
CE 434 - Air Quality Modeling/Monitoring Geographic Information Systems (Samford)
CE 437 - Environmental Experimental Design and Field Sampling GEOG 316 - Applied GIS
CE 480 - Introduction Water and Wastewater Treatment

CE 485 - Engineering Hydrology

Free Electives

In addition to the courses listed above (i.e. 300+ level), the following courses are recommended:

Biology (UAB)

Geographic Information Systems (Samford)
BY 245 - Fundamental Scientific Investigation

GEOG 216 - Mapping a Changing World

BY 255 - Invertebrate Zoology
BY 256 - Vertebrate Zoology
BY 260 - Botany

Environmental Science (Miles)

BY 267 - Tropical Ecology ES 105 - Introduction to Soil Science
BY 268 - Galapagos Ecology
BY 269 - Rain Forest Ecology

Chemistry (UAB)

CH 237 - Organic Chemistry II
CH 238 - Organic Chemistry II Laboratory