The School of the Environment offers BSc and BA minor and major programs in Environmental Science (Science) and Environmental Studies (Arts). It also co-offers Collaborative Specialists, Major, and Minor Programs, and a number of Directed Environmental Programs hosted by other departments. Our undergraduate programs provide students with interdisciplinary perspectives, with opportunities for experiential learning and critical dialogue.
The School of the Environment offers two major Collaborative Specializations of study for graduate students: The Environmental Studies Collaborative Specialization and The Environment & Health Collaborative Specialization. Students who are admitted to a ‘home’ unit apply to a Collaborative Specialization to complement their studies. Through these specializations, students have the opportunity to pursue interdisciplinary graduate work in the field of the environment and to interact with students and faculty spanning all three campuses.
The Professional Development (PD) in Environment and Sustainability is jointly offered by the School of the Environment and the School of Continuing Studies. It offers 16 different courses on topics including GIS, Environmental Management, and Climate Change Policy. These courses will give you the skills you need to use innovative technology in order to collect and analyze crucial environmental data, support your organization’s environmental efforts, and create sustainable businesses.