Why study interdisciplinary Environmental Science at WSU?

If you have a passion for the environment and want to make a difference for the long-term viability of ecosystems, wildlife and human communities across our planet, consider earning your bachelor's degree in interdisciplinary Environmental Science at Weber State University. Like all other degrees in the College of Science at Weber State, the Bachelor of Science in interdisciplinary Environmental Science involves close interaction and collaboration between faculty and students, including an opportunity to complete an undergraduate research project.  With your degree, you can become an environmental scientist, a problem solver who works on complex issues such as:

  • Natural resource management
  • Climate change
  • Sustainability
  • Ecosystem conservation
  • Environmental regulation

You'll use your knowledge of life and physical sciences to protect environmental quality and viability and human health.

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