Environmental Systems and Sustainability, B.S. - Sustainability Science and Environmental Policy

The Environmental Systems and Sustainability Studies degree provides specialized training in researching and addressing some of the largest environmental challenges of our time such as climate change, biodiversity loss, and overconsumption of natural resources.
The Sustainability Science and Environmental Policy concentration uniquely offers critical practical and applied courses that are required to support a global transformation to a sustainable future, as well as addressing an essential skills gap in the growing environmental job market. Students are encouraged to pursue opportunities to become involved in research, work with faculty members, and undertake internships, as well as complete independent study projects and/or a thesis related to their own interests.
This concentration provides students with the theoretical background and practical skills necessary to ensure sustainability challenges are addressed effectively and meaningfully. This concentration focuses on skills development and experiential learning in areas such as public engagement, applied sustainability, and environmental policy analysis.