The B.S. degree in environmental science is appropriate for those who seek greater depth of foundational coursework in supporting fields, additional breadth within the major and a research capstone.
- Small class sizes
- Emphasis on research
- Faculty who are experts in their field and who care about their students
Common career paths for environmental scientists include teaching, research and governmental work. Our graduates are also well-prepared for graduate study, including teacher credential programs and master’s level research.
Michael Kunz, Ph.D.
Required Courses (19-21 Units)
|ENV-150||Introduction to Environmental Studies||4|
|MATH-311||Statistics for the Natural Sciences||3|
|PS-373||Nature, Law and Policy||3|
|THEO-425||Theological Ethics and the Environment||3|
|ENV-482||Environmental Studies Practicum||1-3|
|BIOL-485||Senior Seminar in Biology||1|
|BIOL-111||General Biology: Cells and Physiology||4|
|or CHEM-496||Chemistry Research||2|
|CHEM-103||General Chemistry I||4|
|CHEM-104||General Chemistry II||4|
Electives to complete 54 units in the major (minimum of 12 units from the Division of Natural Sciences)