Environmental Science - Bachelor of Science | Sitting Bull College

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Environmental Science - Bachelor of Science

Program Description

The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree program is designed to prepare students for employment or transfer to a Master of Science (M.S.) program at Sitting Bull College and other institutions of higher education.

Program Outcomes

  • The proper use of environmental sampling equipment and current technology in the classroom and in the field according to accepted "Standard Methods";
  • The ability to design and conduct a field or laboratory study using appropriate sampling equipment and techniques according to accepted "Standard Methods";
  • The ability to describe the similarities and differences between traditional and modern views of the Earth;
  • The ability to describe biological, chemical, and physical influences on environmental media, including human health effects;
  • The ability to describe transport mechanisms for contaminants as they travel through various environmental media;
  • The ability to develop a professional research proposal and demonstrate the various steps of the scientific method in the design;
  • The ability to develop and present a professional research presentation and answer questions in an appropriate manner;
  • The ability to produce a final report of a research project that effectively provides a general narrative of the student’s research;
  • The skill to integrate GPS/GIS technology into presentations; and
  • The competency of developing a wildlife conservation and management plan applicable to the needs of the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation and/or the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation.

Contact Information

Daniel Buresh
Telephone: (701) 854-8026
Email: Dan.Buresh@sittingbull.edu

Mafany Ndiva Mongoh 
Telephone: (701) 854-8051
Email: Mafany.Mongoh@sittingbull.edu
Francis Onduso
Telephone: (701) 854-8012
Email: Francis.Onduso@sittingbull.edu

Renae Schmitt
Telephone: (701) 854-8036
Email: Renae.Schmitt@sittingbull.edu