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Environmental Studies (Bachelor's)

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Gain essential knowledge of the environmental industry with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Environmental Studies from University College, where classes are available online and/or on campus in the evenings. A science major enables you to effectively problem-solve and make informed decisions, and with a focus on environmental studies you’ll develop skills in reporting, permitting, natural resource management, pollution control, energy and sustainability, and waste management.

University College provides an interdisciplinary approach to observing, understanding, and reacting to environmental issues. The environmental studies degree prepares students to thoroughly understand environmental systems and meet the demands of this rapidly changing industry, as well as assess, analyze, summarize, and transform data into useful information and knowledge. You’ll master policy and decision-making techniques as they apply to the complexities of the environment, plus learn how to creatively utilize varying technologies and research to develop solutions to real-world environmental problems.


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Major Courses

BACP Electives

Careers in Environmental Studies

Conservationist, Environmental Impact Assessor, Waste Treatment Specialist, Environmental Consultant, Research Analyst, Water Management Specialist, Air Pollution Analyst, Park Ranger, Planner.

By 2018, a college education will be required for 63% of jobs



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