Environmental Science is fundamentally interdisciplinary through its integration of concepts from biology, chemistry, and geology to study and solve environmental problems. As such, the Environmental Science curriculum provides an interdisciplinary approach to investigating the scientific principles related to Earth’s environment through courses in biology, chemistry, and geology, as well as environmental science. Research, critical thinking, and communication skills are emphasized in this program in order to best prepare students for a career in environmental science or graduate school.
Environmental Science majors may not declare a Biology minor.
Minimum Credits Required: 60.5