Environmental Studies, B.S.

Program Locations

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

About this Program

Enter a rapidly-growing, cross-disciplinary field in need of well-qualified graduates. An environmental studies degree enables students to combat the mass of environmental threats by focusing on the array of concepts that affect the environment, such as hazardous behaviors and materials, regulations, and creation care.

Those holding a degree in environmental studies are well equipped for careers in state and federal government policy and research, criminal justice, and green technologies.

Students of the environmental studies degree will study biology, geology, chemistry, environmental science as well as geography, environmental economics, justice administration, sociology, and management.

Requirements

A Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Studies requires 124 course hours. The composite major requires 40 hours, of which 32 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 - Texas Academy of Science

  • 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

  • Environmental Protection
  • Hazardous Waste Management
  • Health and Safety
  • Industrial Management
  • Public Information and Outreach
  • Public Health

School of Math and Science Events

April 20, 2018

Spring Research Day

The Student Research Conference is a meeting of the minds held on the first floor of the Moody Science Building. The conference concludes with a co...
1pm - 5pm, Moody Science Building

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