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Renewable Materials Undergraduate Major (BS, HBS)

Renewable Materials Undergraduate Major (BS, HBS)

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  • Study Level Bachelors
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The Bachelor of Science degree in Renewable Materials program is a multidisciplinary professional program that prepares students to work with renewable, plant-based materials to solve challenging world problems. Renewable materials such as wood, bamboo, canes, and agricultural fibers are examined to understand their characteristics and how to make useful products. The curriculum includes a lower-division core in science and math with a choice of upper-division option tracks in Art and Design (A&D), Marketing and Management (M&M), or Science and Engineering (S&E). The A&D option prepares students to engage with renewable materials on an aesthetic level. Artistically-oriented students learn how materials function within the human space and gain an understanding of green buildings and architecture. The M&M option is designed for students interested in business. Completion of the M&M option and meeting additional grade requirements of the College of Business will fulfill the requirements for a transcript-visible Business and Entrepreneurship minor. The S&E option is a flexible program that allows technically oriented students to design a personalized curriculum that opens doors to jobs that solve complex problems or to graduate school. Students select courses (often minors) that complement their interests. CAREER PATHS Science and Engineering Management Trainee Operational excellence coordinator Quality control supervisor Production supervisor Research Chemist Marketing and Management Engineered Wood Products Specialist Sales Representative Technical Service Representative Purchasing coordinator International Supply Chain Coordinator Art and Design Interior Designer Specialty Woods Marketing Specialty Woods Production

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