Revised Major in Environmental Science and Ecology
PublisherSUNY Brockport, College Senate
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SubjectEnvironmental Science and Ecology--Required Courses
Fisheries and Aquatic Ecology
Wildlife and Terrestrial Ecology
Aquatic and Terrestrial Ecology
AbstractChanges to core requirements for the major, renaming and changes of three concentrations 9Fisheries and Aquatic Ecology, Wildlife and Terrestrial Ecology, and Aquatic and Terrestrial Ecology) and elimination of three concentrations (Wetland Ecology, Earth Sciences, environmental Chemistry Analysis).
- College Senate Resolutions 
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