Most students choose to major in environmental science because they want to be involved understanding environmental problems. Environmental science majors enjoy learning about the physical, chemical and biological world analytically to identify, analyze, communicate and solve problems. Environmental scientists work in many fields including writing, consulting, management, regulation, conservation and education related to environmental issues. The skills of an environmental scientist may be in demand for jobs in industry, government and research.
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John A. Bellefeuille, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Paul A. Porneluzi, Ph.D.
Professor of Biology