Environmental quality is fundamental to our quality of life. Environmental science seeks to preserve and improve our environment for ourselves and future generations.

Environmental science is an inter-departmental, interdisciplinary degree program based in the College of Science, Technology and Agriculture. It is a diverse, hybrid field of study that is based upon strong training in the natural sciences, mathematics, law, economics, and health.

The curriculum for the B.S. in environmental science consists of a core of approximately 60 credit hours and 20-30 additional credit hours in one of six degree option areas. All students participate in internships and/or research. This education and training provides multiple opportunities for graduates in the growing environmental field.

Environmental Science students will…
  • Complete a science-intensive interdisciplinary curriculum providing a foundation to address environmental issues of today and the future.
  • Study in modern classrooms and laboratories in the remodeled Magill Hall of Science.
  • Gain valuable professional and personal experiences through internships and/or research.
  • Be well prepared to enter career positions in the environmental field or to pursue post-baccalaureate education programs.
  • Develop competencies to become professional and community leaders in efforts to develop a sustainable society.

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