Environmental Science, B.S.

Program Locations

The Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science is available at the following locations:

About this Program

Be part of a fast-growing field in need of knowledgeable graduates. A bachelor of environmental science degree can prepare students for exciting careers dealing with chemical safety procedures, hazardous material removal and other serious environmental challenges.

The environmental science program is strongly enriched by Wayland’s faith-based dedication to responsible stewardship with earth’s natural resources and guarantees a personalized, hands-on learning experience.

Earning this degree involves the study of biology, geology, and environmental science courses, including electives from biological science and physical science.  

In order to graduate, this degree requires 38 credit hours of study with a GPA of at least 2.0 within the major.

Requirements

A Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science requires 124 course hours. The major requires 38 hours, of which 26 hours are upper level.

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Faculty

The School of Math & Science has a highly qualified and experienced faculty.

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Organizations

  • TAS -- Texas Academy of Science
  • Promotes research and scholarly activities among students.
  • Hosts an annual statewide meeting for active, university chapters.
  • Encourages conservation and wildlife preservation through partnerships with local agencies.

Careers

  • Climatologist
  • Ecologist
  • Environmental Biologist
  • Environmental Chemist
  • Environmental Consultant

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