A Partnership For Success
As part of the College of Arts and Sciences, the Environmental Studies Program sponsors a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science in four areas of concentration and a minor in Environmental Science.
For students in the Division of Continuing Studies there is an opportunity to work towards a Bachelor of General Studies degree with a concentration in Environmental Studies.
Other students choose majors in one of the traditional disciplines and supplement their training with courses from the Environmental Science curriculum.
|General Questions||Dr. John McCarty||402.554.2849|
|Analytical Sciences||Dr. Richard Lomneth||402.554.3097|
|Earth Sciences Option||Dr. Harmon Maher, Dr. Bob Shuster
||Dr. Maher:402.554.2250, Dr. Shuster:402.554.2457|
|Geography and Planning Option||Dr. Bradley Bereitschaft, Dr. Rex Cammack||Dr. Bereitschaft: 402.554.2674, Dr. Cammack: 402.554.2282|
|Life Science Option||Dr. John McCarty, Dr. LaReesa Wolfenbarger||Dr. McCarty: 402.554.2849, Dr. Wolfenbarger: 402.554.2405|
|Environmental Science Minor||Dr. John McCarty||402.554.2849|
|Sustainability Minor||Dr. Elizabeth Chalecki||402.554.3613|
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