Undergraduate Overview

students birdwatching.

Are you looking for a major? Field Ecology course (EVS315) at Walton Woods. Courtesy Professor Geffner.

The Department of Environment and Sustainability (EVS) offers undergraduate students an opportunity to pursue a variety of degree programs and professional pathways. Degree programs include a Bachelor of Arts (B.A. Degree) in Environmental Sustainability, Bachelor of Science (B.S. Degree) in Environmental Studies, Bachelor of Science (B.S. Degree) in Environmental Science and a minor in Environmental Studies.

Each of these degree programs provide students with varied coursework and experience that enable them to focus their studies in the areas of environmental resources, policy, education, and sustainability. Professional pathways, as a result, are diverse and have students find positions with private non-profits, governmental agencies, and corporate organizations.

Many of our students connect with these environmental positions, both locally and beyond, through the networking activities of our Departmental Administrators as well as their own extensive experiential learning opportunities that are available through the Department.

If you are a student who is passionate about the environment, eager to learn and experience , and  anxious to make positive changes in this world, then you may find a “home” with us in the Department of Environment and Sustainability.

Undergraduate Overview