The environmental science program is beginning to grow at the Alexandria campus. We started offering General Environmental Science I (ENV 121) in the spring 2012 semester. We now offer General Environmental Science II (ENV 122) as well. ENV 121 and 122 are each 4 credit courses and can be used toward your "Physical or Life Science with Lab" requirements. They also directly transfer to George Mason University's Environmental Science undergraduate program. We hope to offer more environmental science courses in the future. Help us build the program, meet your degree requirements, and learn about our environment!
ENV 100 - Basic Environmental Science
ENV 121 - General Environmental Science I
ENV 122 - General Environmental Science II
ENV 124 - Cross-Disciplinary Explorations In Science And Society
ENV 136 - Survey of Environmental Concerns
ENV 195 - Topics In:
ENV 198 - Seminar And Project
ENV 199 - Supervised Study
ENV 227 - Environmental Law
ENV 230 - Applications in Environmental Science
ENV 290 - Coordinated Internship
ENV 295 - Topics in
ENV 299 - Supervised Study
Dr. Christine Bozarth's website
VISIT AND LEARN
U.S. Botanic Gardens
U.S. National Arboretum
Theodore Roosevelt Island
WHAT'S HAPPENING LOCALLY?
Fairfax County Parks
Friends of Accotink
Chesapeake Bay Foundation
International Union for the Conservation of Nature Red List
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Endangered Species Act
Energy and Climate Change at the White House
The Nature Conservancy
Defenders of Wildlife
World Wildlife Fund
Environmental Defense Fund
Student Conservation Association
FEDERAL AGENCIES THAT REGULATE AND PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association
U.S. Department of Agriculture
U.S. Department of the Interior
National Park Service
Students sort bones from owl pellets to learn about community diversity in General Environmental Science I (ENV 121).
We learn about agriculture and its effects on the environment in General Environmental Science II (ENV 122). Here, chickens provide the fertilizer for this farm in the Chesapeake Bay watershed. This reduces nutrient runoff from excess fertilizer use that harms the Bay (Photo by Peter Essick).
We learn about the importance of biodiversity in General Environmental Science I (ENV 121). These two color morphs of black bears live in the Great Bear Rainforest in NW Canada (Photo by Ian McAllister).