B.S. in Environmental Science
The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Environmental Science provides students with a strong
foundation in the natural sciences and mathematics, allowing them to gain a deep understanding
of the scientific principles that underpin the study of the environment. In addition,
the program offers a broad background in environmental issues, allowing students to
explore the complex relationships between human societies and the natural world. Courses
emphasize the integration of science, policy, and theory, providing students with
a holistic view of the environmental challenges facing society.
B.A. in Environmental Studies
The Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Environmental Studies is an interdisciplinary program
that offers students the opportunity to examine environmental issues through the lens
of both natural and social sciences. This program focuses on human and environmental
topics on the local, regional, and global scale, providing students with a comprehensive
understanding of the complex interactions between human societies and the natural
world. The B.A. program emphasizes problem-solving and critical thinking, equipping
students with the knowledge and skills needed to address complex environmental challenges.
Students learn how to analyze data, conduct research, and communicate their findings
effectively, preparing them for careers in a wide range of fields, including environmental
policy, advocacy, and sustainability.