Environmental Sciences majors have gone on to pursue a wide variety of careers, including law and medical school.
Environmental Sciences can be the foundation for graduate study in the life sciences, earth sciences, and environmental engineering. Many students have been employed with environmental consulting firms and governmental agencies following graduation.
Peace Corps volunteers, environmental activists, and environmental educators also have found the Environmental Sciences major to be the preparation they need for their chosen careers.
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The Environmental Sciences curriculum combines courses in natural sciences, engineering, and social sciences to help students understand the environment from a range of perspectives and tackle the current environmental issues facing our world. Learn more