The B.S. degree in Environmental Science is a broad, science-based curriculum designed to prepare students for a variety of environmentally-related technical careers, as well as for graduate programs in environmental and allied fields. The program requires 192 credit hours and draws upon the faculty and resources of several departments. Majors take core courses in Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Mathematics, and Physics, advanced study in Environmental Science and five University-wide electives.

Liberal Studies Requirements 76 hours
​Major Requirements 96 hours
​Open Electives 20 hours
   ​Total hours required   192 hours