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Bachelor of Science in Environmental Systems Science

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Systems Science

  • QS World University Rankings
    801-1000
  • Degree Other
  • Study Level Bachelors
  • Duration 48 months
Environmental System Science (ESS) is an interdisciplinary undergraduate degree in environmental science, focusing on the interactions between the various components of Earth and environmental systems, including the biosphere, lithosphere, atmosphere, and anthrosphere. Students earning a B.S. in environmental systems science will Demonstrate a knowledge of interdisciplinary perspective and integrative thinking, a. understand physical and biological components of environmental systems, including the human component; design, conduct, and interpret scientific investigations, a. understand the ethics of scientific investigation, b. demonstrate proficiency in data collection, statistical analysis, and use of information technology tools and modeling; apply systems concepts to problems concerning environmental systems and their components, and construct conceptual and quantitative systems models; examine spatial, temporal, and spatial-temporal patterns in environmental systems, and use information technology tools to depict, project, and communicate such patterns. Students earning a B.S. degree in ESS complete coursework including: 23 credit hours of Foundations courses 15 credit hours of Spheres courses 12 credit hours of Skills & Tools ≥ 18 credit hours in an approved minor as an area of focus

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