Human life and society depend critically on environmental resources we all too often take for granted: air, water, soil and the mineral and organic resources of the earth. With increasing attention to global warming and climate change, there have been dramatically more scientific research and employment opportunities in this area.
The Environmental Science Program provides problem-based and inquiry learning experiences that will challenge you to think independently and apply the knowledge you gain.
Bachelor of Science
Degree at Graduation
Completion of any Level I program with a Grade Point Average of at least 3.5 including:
- 1 courses from EARTHSC 1G03, 1C03 with a grade of at least C-
- 1 courses from MATH 1A03, MATH 1LS3
- 6 courses from the Science 1 Course List
Typical Second-Year Courses
Environment & Society: Challenges and Solutions
Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Statistical Methods for Science
Soils and the Environment
Surface Climate Processes and Environmental Interactions
Introduction to Environmental Geochemistry