B.S. Environmental Sciences
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.