A Living Systems, Practical Strategy for Regenerating Resources

Our program is built on a strong basic and applied science foundation and is integrated with chemistry, biology, landscape architecture and horticulture. The curriculum is structured to develop the analytic, scientific and applied skills required to properly plan and manage our environment. Through our practical, hands-on approach, we apply classroom theory to real sites. Since the land is complex and is built on interconnecting systems, we address and resolve multiple issues in a comprehensive manner rather than focusing on a single use.

Small classes, individual attention, the hands-on experience, and working with real sites with real stakeholders offer a unique invaluable opportunity. On-going research projects allow undergraduate students to prepare for advanced studies in graduate programs.

Enjoy specializations in:

  • soils and land use 
  • habitat management
  • pollution/remediation 
  • water quality/watershed management 
  • build your own

Major in environmental science and we'll help prepare you for the following career positions:

  • Soil scientist
  • Water quality specialist
  • Hydrologist
  • Environmental planner and manager
  • Watershed planner and manager
  • Sewage enforcement officer
  • Conservationist

Contact Jacqueline Ricotia for more information.