The Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science degree is an integrated program requiring math, communication, and environmental studies courses and basic science courses from Geology, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics departments. The integrated coverage of broad topics prepare students for the complex problems facing a modern world. Areas of Emphasis help focus student efforts toward individual goals and interests with consideration to obtaining rewarding careers the fields of environmental science or conservation or pursuing advanced studies.
A minor in a relevant field of study such as Business, Anthropology, History or the natural sciences of Biology, Chemistry, Geography, Geology, Natural Resources and Recreation Management, or Physics is encouraged for Environmental Science majors. Transfer students with prior college experience can receive equivalent credit for required courses.