BS in Environmental Science
The practice of environmental science demands that students be well-rounded specialists. To accomplish this, each student is required to select an aspect of environmental science as a specialization. Students in the BS program are required to complete a minimum of 20 quarter credit hours in a specified concentration. The program director can assist students in selecting an appropriate concentration. The available concentrations are: digital imaging, environmental biology, environmental economics, environmental public policy, mathematics and statistics, and remote sensing. Students also may develop a self-designed concentration in an area of personal interest, subject to approval from an environmental science review committee.