Environmental Science

Our environmental science program is an interdisciplinary degree, incorporating studies such as physics, chemistry, biology and geology. Environmental solutions also frequently require mathematical expertise as well as specific knowledge of air, water and soil environments. That’s why this program is structured to prepare you with both a broad and deep knowledge as an environmental scientist. As an environmental science major, you will gain an understanding of contemporary issues facing society as a whole, as well as the historical, social, economic and political contexts that scientists face in dealing with environmental issues on local and global scales. The environmental science major is specifically tailored to produce graduates to succeed in a field that is continually changing with new challenges and solutions.

About Environmental Science

The environmental science program, like the broad field of environmental science, is by its very nature highly interdisciplinary. Although the College of Agriculture administers the program through the Department of Agronomy & Soils, the colleges of engineering and science and mathematics are equal partners in developing the curriculum, guiding student development and providing instruction.

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Environmental Science Faculty

Meet the professors who will teach you the science, ecology, policy and social issues of this vital field of study.

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Crop, Soil & Environmental Science Club

Crop, Soil and Environmental Sciences Club is a professional organization for students who are interested in agriculture, sustainability and environmental sciences.

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Student Conservation Association

A national organizational for students and future conservation leaders.

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American Society of Agronomy

A national organization for agronomists and students in the crop, soil and environmental sciences.

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Full list of College of Agriculture CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Internship Forms

Use the forms below to apply for internship credit or to submit a progress report on your current internship.