The Main Program in Environmental Science is fully interdisciplinary and includes relevant courses in biology, chemistry, geography, earth sciences, and mathematics, besides the core courses in Environmental Science and courses in ethics and those dealing directly with the Environment.

If you wish to specialize in Biology, Chemistry, or Earth Sciences, you should take a concentration program, which focuses on one of these three areas.

With the Main Program in Environmental Science it is also possible to include a Minor into your program. Minors are available in a wide variety of fields, such as Geographic Information Processing (GIP), Law, Communications, Economics, Business, Computer Science, English, Geography, Philosophy, Psychology, Statistics, and Sociology.

It should be noted that it is a little more difficult to fit a Minor into the Concentration programs because of the greater number of compulsory courses.

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