Minors in environmental science, meteorology and oceanography are offered through the marine and environmental systems department. A minor in sustainability is available through the Department of Education and Interdisciplinary Studies. A complete policy statement regarding minors can be found in the Academic Overview section of the university catalog. Information about current minor offerings is available through the individual colleges/departments.
|ENS 1001||The Whole Earth Course||3|
|MET 1999||Weather Briefing||1|
|MET 3401||Synoptic Meteorology 1||3|
|MET 3402||Synoptic Meteorology 2||3|
|MET 4305||Dynamic Meteorology 1||3|
|MET 4306||Dynamic Meteorology 2||3|
|OCN 3430||Fundamentals of Geophysical Fluids||3|
|SPS 4030||Atmospheric Physics||3|
TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED 19
Note: Students must choose 19 credit hours from the list above. All courses are three credit hours, with the exception of Weather Briefing (MET 1999), which is one credit hour.