Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Environmental Science
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 a specialized concentration in the following: Environmental Restoration & Waste Management; Environmental Monitoring & Instrumentation; Environmental Toxicology/Risk Assessment; Sustainability Science; and Environmental Policy.
Undergraduate students with strong math, chemistry, biology, physics, and computer science backgrounds may obtain a minor by taking specific environmental sciences concentration courses with the consent of their advisor.
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Environmental Studies
The Bachelor of Arts degree program in Environmental Studies is intended for those students who plan to graduate in the area of environmental policy or in a non-scientific field, or wish to pursue careers in other professional studies such as Environmental Law and Environmental Journalism.
Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Environmental Studies
The Bachelor of Science degree program in Environmental Studies is interdisciplinary and is aimed at students with environmental interests who wish to pursue careers in a variety of disciplines for which the environment is a critical component. Human dimensions of the environment include majors in social science, journalism, business and the humanities. Environmental Studies addresses environmental problems mainly from the perspective of their social causes, effects, and solutions in the realms of government, law, economics, business, education, design, environmental organizations, media, ethics, religion, literature and the arts, and individual citizens.
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