As a Sustainability and Renewable Resources major, you’ll take a broad set of courses, including biology, chemistry, conservation, environmental pollution, climate change, environmental sociology, environmental stewardship, and environmental policy and regulation.
You’ll take the lead in student-centered learning experiences and be an active participant every step of the way—not only in the degree program but also in research, community events and service projects.
What You Can Earn
Bachelor of Science in Sustainability and Renewable Resources
This degree will expose students to processes lead to environmental degradation and strategies that can lead to a more sustainable future.
You’ll gain an understanding of environmental science—and explore the dynamic intersection of environmental management, social issues, business and politics. Through hands-on learning and collaborative projects, you’ll master an applied problem-solving approach that positions you for success in consulting, policy and regulation, urban and community planning and more.