|The natural sciences form the backbone of the environmental and field biology program. You’ll take courses in biology, natural history, chemistry, botany, geology and ecology. You’ll also explore other disciplines – like law and public policy – as they intersect with the environment. And you’ll learn how to lead, innovate, and find solutions to difficult problems.
From the time you arrive on campus until you graduate, you’ll be guided by a faculty advisor. You’ll enjoy small class sizes and amazing friendships. Our dedicated professors will get to know you. They will support you in your coursework, research, internships, co-ops, and post-graduate or career preparations. They will become personally invested in your success – in college and beyond.
As a freshman, you’ll be in the lab or field working directly with your professors ( not graduate assistants ) investigating some of the most important environmental issues. Throughout your four years, you’ll design and conduct your own experiments, engage in mentored field research, and job-shadow environmental professionals.
- or Scholastic Aptitude Test
- International English Language Testing System (academic or immigration) [min. 6] or DuoLingo [min. ] or Test of English as a Foreign Language (Internet Based) [min. 79]
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