In our Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Environmental Science program, you will learn and understand how concepts from biology, chemistry and geography can be integrated to explain the processes that affect the physical environment and how these processes influence the biotic performance, from individual organisms to whole ecosystems.
The Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Environmental Science will give you the skills needed to understand how to use analytical tools, including lab and field methods, to quantify and assess the physical and chemical properties of soil, water and air for assessing and monitoring populations of organisms.
You will develop a broad range of techniques that will allow you to identify and devise solutions to environmental problems caused by human activities.
As a graduate of this program, you'll be able to communicate these issues to diverse audiences for a number of purposes, such as helping to restore ecosystems or advocating for environmental issues.
This program has experiential learning opportunities such as science-based Community Service-Learning courses, job shadowing and in-course projects with industry partners.
You’ll also have the opportunity to work with your professors on research-based directed studies and thesis projects, as well as other professor-initiated research projects.
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