The Bachelor's degree program in Environmental Sciences emphasizes rigorous academic course work, student involvement in faculty research and collaborative efforts with other universities, community/junior colleges, national laboratories, regulatory agencies, corporate environmental contractors, utilities, and municipalities. This program offers students the opportunity for a general degree in environmental sciences with options for specialized concentration accomplished through electives in environmental restoration and waste management; environmental monitoring and instrumentation; environmental toxicology/risk assessment; and environmental policy. Other undergraduate students with strong math, chemistry, biology, physics, and computer science backgrounds may obtain a minor by taking selected environmental sciences core courses
with the consent of their advisor.
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