Bioenvironmental Sciences - Minor

The purpose of the Bioenvironmental Sciences minor is to prepare students for a breadth of career choices in the environmental sciences. The minor in Bioenvironmental Sciences is available to all students enrolled in majors at Texas A&M University outside of the Department of Plant Pathology & Microbiology. 

The minor requirements can be found on the Program Requirements tab. Note that all prerequisites for each core and elective course also must be met.  Prerequisite courses will not be applied to the minor requirements and do not count toward the number of hours needed to complete the minor. 

BESC 201Introduction to Bioenvironmental Sciences3
PLPA 301Plant Pathology3
or BESC 367   or U.S. Environmental Regulations 
Select 9 hours from the following:9
Molds and Mushrooms: The Impact of Fungi on Society and the Environment
International Perspectives on Environmental Issues
Pathogens, the Environment and Society
Water and the Bioenvironmental Sciences
Biotechnology for Biofuels and Bioproducts
Bioenvironmental Microbiology
Microbial Processes in Bioremediation
Sampling and Environmental Monitoring
Environmental Health and Safety Compliance
Field Experience
Directed Studies
Special Topics in...
Research
Total Semester Credit Hours15