Tishman Environmental Merit Scholarship (Alaska Summer Internship)
Major (BA, BS)
In this interdisciplinary program, students identify and address the critical environmental issues facing the world’s cities in the 21st century. The curriculum brings together the natural sciences, the social sciences, and design. It prepares graduates for policy planning and service careers in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors. A bachelor’s-master’s option is also available. This program is also available as a Bachelor’s Program for Adults and Transfer Students. Students can study full-time or part-time, taking courses on campus and online, and have the option of completing the degree entirely online.
Career opportunities include: Sustainability Consulting, Public Policy, Urban Design, Urban Planning, Graduate Study
Minor in Environmental Studies
The Environmental Studies minor is designed to give students the core information they need to understand both the natural and social science implications of our environmental problems. The minor helps students to better understand the rapidly developing environmental field, become active participants in the discussion of environmental issues, and integrate environmental understanding into their other areas of study and professional careers.
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Recent Environmental Studies Thesis topics
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