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Environmental and Occupational Management is a broadly based interdisciplinary major. Graduates in the major will be prepared to enter positions in industry, government, mining, agriculture, public health, educational and research organizations. Graduates will be capable of interpreting and implementing federal, state, and international policies, laws, and regulations governing safe, environmentally sound, and legal industrial operations.
Type of Degree Awarded: B.S.
Science Core/General Education Requirements: The science General Education requirements are satisfied in the ENM Regulatory Compliance concentration.
Requirements for Majors in ENM: The major consists of 42 or 43 hours beyond the 16-hour core. Students are required to take ENM 490, Internship. Under special circumstances and with the permission of the program director an appropriate 300-400 level course may replace ENM 490.
ENM Core: ENM 101, 170, 201, 250, 301.
ENM Regulatory Compliance: 16 hour ENM core, ENM 351, 371, 460 & 490, CHE 151, 152 & 321, GLY 160 or SCI 141, BUS 343; JUS 455; LAW 200, 390; PSC 333; OCL 370.
Minor: There is no ENM minor. Students are encouraged to minor in business administration or political science or natural science, or paralegal studies.
Designated Writing Enrichment Courses: ENM 351 and 460