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Environmental Science, Minor

The Environmental Science degree is a critical degree for addressing today's environmental issues: global climate change, pollution, urbanization and the use of natural resources.

The Environmental Science major provides students with a background in the physical and biological sciences, followed by courses covering environmental issues. The program is unique in that it requires students to develop an understanding of social values and the political implications associated with environmental decision-making.

Graduates can expect to work as environmental scientists for governmental agencies, private companies and non-profit organizations.



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