Students in any of the following majors have the option to customize their degree program with a variety of environmental concentrations.

Learn more about each of these options below, and be sure to also explore the links relevant to your major program. 

Biology (BS)

Students within the Biology Major can opt for a concentration in Ecology and Environmental Biology. This concentration is ideal for students interested in ecology, field biology, natural resources, environmental biology, conservation biology, evolution, animal behavior, and organismal biology.

Degree Requirements

Economics (BS)

Economics majors can opt for a concentration in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics. This program is designed for students interested in forests, fisheries and wildlife, or those with a more general interest in environmental and natural resource issues. 

Degree Requirements

Engineering (BS)

Students within the Engineering Major can select a Sustainable Engineering Design Focus. This option is ideal for students interested in incorporating sustainable techniques and processes into future designs. 

Degree Requirements

Geography (BA or BS)

Geographic Science majors can select a concentration in Environmental Conservation, Sustainability and Development. This program emphasizes sustainability as a focus to bring together environmental and economic concerns. 

BA Requirements        BS Requirements  

Geology (BS)

Geology Majors can opt for a concentration in Environmental and Engineering Geology. With this concentration, students will focus on earth materials, internal and external earth processes, earth history, and the application of geology to environmental and engineering issues. 

Degree Requirements

Integrated Science and Technology (BS)

Integrated Science and Technology (ISAT) majors can select an Environment & Sustainability concentration. With this concentration, students will learn about the natural, human, and technological dimensions of environmental systems and sustainability. 

Degree Requirements

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