Get ready for a career or graduate studies in the fast-growing field of sustainability -- in the public, private, or nonprofit sectors.
Take an interdisciplinary approach to environmental problems while you hone your skills in traditional sciences such as biology, chemistry, geology, and more.
Learn environmental law and regulation, real-world application of scientific theory, and the science and policy behind sustainable practices.
Focus on the influences and effects of environmental factors on human health and disease while preparing for public health professions.
Study the basic concepts of outdoor resources while focusing on human health and natural environments.
Investigate weather forecasting, green energy, big data science, air quality, environmental impacts and risk management, geoengineering, and climate.
Train in the major subject areas of biology while focusing on a particular concentration: Biology of Disease, Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics, and Integrative and Organismal Biology.
Learn the major subjects of Biology, with more extensive science requirements that prepare science-oriented students for graduate school and for science-related jobs at the bachelor's degree level.
Learn the fundamentals of earth and atmospheric sciences with great flexibility in course selection, enhancing interdisciplinary study with related fields.
Train in the application of earth sciences to the minerals, energy and environmental industries, federal and state agencies, and research laboratories.
Explore concepts of geoscience relevant to environmental assessment and remediation including Earth materials, stratigraphy, hydrogeology, and GIS; prepare for a career as a licensed Professional Geologist.
Pursue a strong liberal arts degree with a particular focus such as Climate, Land and Environmental Change, Food and Agriculture, Globalization, or Water Resources.
Study the major areas of Geography with additional science requirements that prepare science-oriented students for graduate school and for science-related jobs at the bachelor's degree level.