The challenges and solutions facing those who formally study the natural environment as students in our Bachelor in Environmental Science transcend both geographical and political boundaries. And the information that is required in this endeavor encompasses a variety of areas including the sciences, mathematics, philosophy, political science, and economics. For these reasons, New England College has focused the Environmental Science and Environmental Studies majors in ways that are global in scope and interdisciplinary in approach.
Both majors stress collaborative study, internships, and hands-on experience while developing a working knowledge of the tools that are specific to these disciplines. Students will explore the many ways in which the natural world functions, and, by gathering information from a variety of sources, examine the human impact on our natural environment.
The degree in Environmental Science prepares students for graduate school or to pursue careers in local, state, or federal regulatory agencies, private industry, or consulting firms.
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