Division of Environmental Sciences
The Division of Environmental Sciences in the School of Earth & Sustainability harnesses an interdisciplinary faculty intent on identifying solutions to complex environmental problems using the biological, physical and social sciences. With research themes in Ecology & Conservation, Environmental Geochemistry, and Water Management, Policy & Science, faculty and students approach research with an interdisciplinary breadth while emphasizing in a specific discipline, often within collaborative research teams.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Sciences or Environmental & Sustainability Studies, or related Minors
- Master’s Degree in Environmental Science & Policy
- Master’s Degree in Climate Science & Solutions (Professional Master’s)
- PhD Degree in Earth Sciences & Environmental Sustainability (Climate & Environmental Change or Ecology, Evolution & Conservation Biology emphases)