The Environmental Biology program leads to a Bachelor of Science and is designed for students wishing to pursue careers as naturalists, field biologists, environmental educators and other allied fields. The curriculum includes a set of core courses giving the student the essentials of current biological knowledge as well as electives that increase the opportunities for practical experience with fieldwork and student-driven research.
Student Learning Goals:
- Provide students with a solid foundation in biological, ecological and evolutionary principles that apply to the field of environmental biology
- Provide students with knowledge of the real-world applications of environmental biology in addressing critical environmental issues
- Provide students with specialized practical experience through service-learning, independent research and internship opportunities.
- Prepare students for a variety of career and advanced study choices
Extensive field and research component in local natural areas.
Natural resource conservation
Natural history and interpretation
If you are interested in working a science laboratory, teaching or medicine or other health-related fields, or in a biology-based industry you may be interested in our B.A. in Biology degree. Please click here for more information.