Environmental and Earth Sciences - Bachelor's (BS)
The 120-credit hour degree is designed for students who want to choose an interdisciplinary academic field and work for the environmental and sustainability sectors. The degree also incorporates human relationships, perceptions, and policies toward the environment.
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
The degree prepares graduates the skills needed for analyzing complex environmental problems, evaluating alternative energy systems, conducting pollution control and mitigation, assessing exposure and health risks, managing natural resources, and predicting global climate change and its enviornmental impact. Graduates will also develop skills transferable to other fields, such as problem-solving, observation, data collection, analysis, and interpretation, and oral and written presentation. Graduates will be able to work with others to arrive substantive environmental laws requiring specific environmental protocols and enhance public awareness of environmental problems.
- Data Analyst
- Environmental Consultant
- Environmental Engineer
- Environmental Scientist
- Field Engineer
- Field Geologist
- Field Technician
- Geo scientist
- GIS Analyst
- Laboratory Technician
- Research Assistant
WHY CHOOSE US?
- Friendly faculty and staff
- Nice location with abundant intern and job opportunities
- Opportunities for undergraduate research and scholarship
- Dual degree option with data science
- Mentoring opportunities from environmental science alumni
Take the next step toward investing in yourself by learning more about our Environmental and Earth Sciences - Bachelor's (BS) program.