Environmental Science and Management B.S.

Environmental Science and Management incorporates course work in water resources, geospatial technologies, wetland ecology, wildlife biology, soil science, forestry, and land use/environmental quality relationships. Three minor fields of study available may serve as focus areas: GIS/Remote Sensing, Soil-Environmental Science, and Wildlife and Conservation Biology.

Careers options include environmental scientist, GIS specialist, pollution assessment and abatement, biology teacher, restoration ecologist, water quality management, refuge manager, wetland ecologist, hydrologist, soil scientist, natural resource conservationist, environmental planner and forest/park ranger.


  • GIS/Remote Sensing
  • Soil-Environmental Science
  • Wildlife and Conservation Biology