Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences with Marine Science and Conservation Leadership Concentration. Program By Duke University |Top Universities

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences with Marine Science and Conservation Leadership Concentration.

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences with Marine Science and Conservation Leadership Concentration.

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The B.S. degree is designed for students interested in a scientific perspective on environmental issues. The major is designed to encourage breadth in the physical and life sciences and depth in a chosen area of scientific concentration, such as such as marine ecosystems, toxicology, hydrology and chemical cycling, or climate change. Students who receive the B.S. in Environmental Sciences are prepared for graduate study in a related field. They may also wish to pursue one of the following careers: Environmental advising on Capitol Hill or in other local, state or federal government agencies Environmental consulting K-12 education Research assistant in a university, institute, or other scientific agency Education at museums or other outreach settings Majors may also choose to enter a professional graduate program in medicine, law, business, or public health. For students matriculating in 2015, the major in environmental sciences can include a concentration in marine science and conservation. Students seeking the B.S. degree with a concentration in Marine Science and Conservation are required to spend at least 1 semester at the Duke Marine Lab campus in Beaufort.