Completed Course List

The classes listed below are units that worked towards earning my undergraduate degree at Northern Arizona University. I was not a star student in every single one of these classes but they do form my collective collegiate memory and I still keep most notes or books associated with these classes. In total, there are 120 units that were credited toward my degree at NAU between Fall, 2009 to Summer, 2013.

I received my Bachelor of Science Degree in Environmental Sciences with an Emphasis in Administration and Policy accompanied by a Minor in Political Science from Northern Arizona University on the Sixth day of August, 2013.

Environmental Sciences Foundation

Mathematics and Sciences Foundation

  • MAT 125 (4 units) – Pre-calculus Mathematics
  • STA 270 (3 units) – Applied Statistics
  • BIO 181 (3 units) – Unity of Life I: Cell Life
  • BIO 181L (1 unit) – Unity of Life I: Cell Life Lab
  • BIO 182 (3 units) – Unity of Life II: Multi-cellular Organisms
  • BIO 182L (1 unit) – Unity of Life II: Multi-cellular Organisms Lab
  • BIO 345 (4 units) – Sustainable Botany
  • CHM 151 (4 units) – General Chemistry I
  • CHM 151L (1 unit) – General Chemistry I Lab
  • CHM 152 (3 units) – General Chemistry II
  • CHM 152L (1 unit) – General Chemistry II Lab
  • GLG 101 (3 units) – Physical Geology
  • GLG 103 (1 unit) – Physical Geology Lab

Political Science Minor

  • PHI 223 (3 units) – Argument Analysis
  • POS 110 (3 units) – American Politics
  • POS 224 (3 units) – Public Administration
  • POS 250 (3 units) – Introduction to Public Policy Making
  • POS 325 (3 units) – Public Personnel Administration
  • POS 352 (3 units) – Modern Political Thought
  • POS 356 (3 units) – Race, Power and Politics
  • POS 359 (3 units) – Environmental Policy
  • POS 455 (3 units) – Political Ecology

Liberal Arts Electives

  • COM 150 (3 units) – Environmental Communication
  • ECO 284 (3 units) – Principles of Microeconomics
  • ECO 324 (3 units) – Environmental Economics
  • ENG 105 (4 units) – Critical Reading and Writing
  • FOR 445 (3 units) – Wilderness Management
  • NAU 100 (1 unit) – Transition to College
  • PES 100 (1 unit) – Physical Education: Water Polo
  • PHI 331 (3 units) – Environmental Ethics
  • PRM 300 (3 units) – Ecotourism
  • REL 150 (3 units) – Religions of the World

Engineering Electives

  • CENE 150 (3 units) – Introduction to Environmental Engineering
  • CENE 150L (1 unit) – Introduction to Environmental Engineering Computations Lab
  • CENE 180 (2 units) – Computer Aided Drafting
  • EGR 186 (3 units) – Introduction to Engineering Design