|MSC 346||Climate Science and Policy||3|
|Select three of the following (List A):*||6-9|
|Introduction to Weather and Climate **|
or ATM 103
|Survey of Modern Meteorology|
|Climate and Global Change|
|Earth's Climate Past and Future|
|Introduction to Marine Geology|
|Introduction to the Physics of Climate ***|
|Climatology and Extreme Weather|
|Earth's Ancient Atmospheres, Climates, and Sea Levels|
|Select one of the following (List B)*:||3-6|
|Decision Making and the Environment|
|Approved Statistics Course ****||0-3|
|Total Credit Hours||15-18|
All majors, except Meteorology and Oceanography majors, must take 9 credits from List A and 3 credits from List B. Meteorology and Oceanography majors must take 6 credits from List A and 6 credits from List B.
Meteorology majors cannot use ATM 307 towards their minor.
Students from a program without a statistics requirement must also take an approved course in statistics increasing this to an 18 credit hour minor.
Only those courses passed with a grade of “C-” or higher may be applied to the minor. Courses used towards a minor must be above and beyond those used for the major. The Climate Science and Policy minor fulfills the requirements of the People and Society or STEM cognate..
Approved Statistics Courses
|MTH 224||Introduction to Probability and Statistics||3|
|MSC 204||Environmental Statistics||3|
|ECS 204||Environmental Statistics||3|
|EPS 351||Introduction to Statistics and Research Design||3|
|ISE 311||Applied Probability and Statistics||3|
|MAS 201||Introduction to Business Statistics||3|
|MAS 311||Applied Probability and Statistics||3|
|NUR 202||Introductory Statistics in Health Care||3|
|PSY 291||Introduction to Biobehavioral Statistics||3|
|PSY 292||Introduction to Biobehavioral Statistics Section B||3|