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The Bachelor of Science with a major in Ecology is a four-year degree designed to prepare students for careers in biological sciences and professional programs, focusing on environmental science, conservation and research.
The Ecology for Environmental Science degree program will expose you to a wide range of courses and facilities that focus your understanding from an ecological perspective. You will also gain experience with applied aspects like ecotoxicology.
Your course work will focus on advanced biology, chemistry, physics, math, geography, economics, technical writing and philosophy. You will learn about:
Faculty members are active researchers in many fields including:
With a bachelor’s degree in this area, you could have a career as a(n):
Job opportunities are expected to grow substantially during the next several years, especially in private companies and non-government organizations. Your bachelor’s degree also can provide the foundation for advanced graduate degrees in Ecology and related disciplines.