Studying the environment is more than one major or one field of study. As a scientist, you have the choice to concentrate on one aspect of the environmental sciences like biology, chemistry, geology, etc., you can focus on applied sciences like engineering or even get a little bit of everything with the new degrees in Environmental Science. If you are more interested in humanities and public policy, then a degree in Environmental Science and Policy might be a good choice.
At FSU, we offer students a spectrum of environmental degrees that vary between rigorous math requirements to those programs which focus more on the human political dimension.
Ms. Vinette Burns (email@example.com) is the primary contact for students interested in the Environmental Science and Policy and Meteorology undergraduate degree programs, and the departmental contact and liaison with the dean’s office for major change requests. Ms. Burns will sign off on all major change requests on behalf of the new major.
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Mr. Tim McGann (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the primary contact for students interested in the Environmental Science undergraduate degree program.
Dr. Bill Parker (email@example.com) is the primary contact for students interested in the Geology undergraduate degree program.