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Environmental Science (AS)



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This program will prepare students to transfer into a four-year Environmental Science program or, based on electives selected, transfer to an environmentally-related program such as Geology, Environmental Engineering, and Environmental Health.  At CMC this program is a primary pathway to the Bachelor of Arts in Sustainability Studies  degree.

See the section on Scholarships and Awards  for scholarship opportunities related to this program.

The Associate of Science in Environmental Science is available at Colorado Mountain College in Breckenridge, Dillon, Leadville, Spring Valley at Glenwood Springs, Steamboat Springs, and Vail Valley at Edwards. Not every course is offered on every campus,  some campuses may require travel between sites or distance learning modalities to complete the degree. For more information, please see Academic Programs at Colorado Mountain College.

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General Education Requirements (29 credits)


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CMC Requirements (5 credits)


Program Electives (26 credits)


Students are strongly encouraged to work with their advisor to satisfy transfer requirements for specific four-year institutions.

As an example, students should select a minimum of 26 credits from at least 2 different content areas depending on interests.

Total Credits Earned


General Education Requirements (29 credits)
CMC Requirements (5 credits)
Electives (26 credits)
Total credits toward Associate of Science degree (min. 60)

Note:


◆ State Guaranteed Transfer Course

✽ Applies to CMC AA/AS/AGS Degrees

Not all programs/courses are available at every campus and may require travel to another campus or access via distance learning (IVS, hybrid, or online).

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