What You’ll Learn
You’ll get a variety of scientific, social, economic, political and literary perspectives on environmental issues.
Our minor helps you develop a broader understanding of our impact on the world around us, which will help you bring that perspective into the workforce.
Our curriculum is designed for non-science majors. You will take classes in a variety of subjects, including environmental science, anthropology, chemistry, history and sociology. Science majors wishing to declare a minor may want to explore the environmental science minor.Curriculum & Learning Outcomes
We recommend submitting first-year applications in October or early November. We decide your admission once you complete your application.
Next Deadline for Transfer Students
Fall Semester: August 1Undergraduate Admissions
Our students have the chance to work closely with professors in the field, both on land and in water.
There is an ongoing demand for environmental scientists in industry, government, and nonprofit environmental organizations. Our graduates have gone on to work for the US Fish and Wildlife Service , US Army Corps of Engineers, US Geological Survey , National Weather Service, US National Park Service , NYS Department of Environmental Conservation, prestigious graduate schools and major corporations.
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