Environmental Science B.S. Introduction 

 

What is Environmental Science?
Environmental science integrates biological, physical, and earth sciences to study the environment and find solutions to environmental problems. A degree in environmental science opens exciting prospects into a wide range of careers. Students can enter the work-force immediately, or pursue higher education at the master's or doctoral level to further explore topics of their interest. Environmental scientists use their knowledge of the natural sciences to protect the environment and human health. They may clean up polluted areas, advise policymakers, or work with industry to reduce waste. A number of career paths include: agriculture, conservation, education, sustainability, natural resource management, renewable energy, and urban planning and development.


Our Program
Louisiana Tech University's Environmental Science program provides the interdisciplinary training you will need as you move on to postgraduate study or career opportunities in the expanding environmental job market, whether you minor or major in Environmental Science. Just as importantly, the program gives you the opportunity to figure out for yourself where you would be happiest focusing your attention. Our program gives you both the breadth and depth of training you will need to take your next step.
Louisiana Tech is an excellent choice for students because our program offers flexibility by providing strong foundational training along with a customizable course component. Environmental science degrees are truly flexible in the scope of careers that they open doors to and our faculty work with you to develop individualized study plans that prepare you to pursue your own goals.
How does our program do this? The only way that really makes sense: our faculty get to know you. At Louisiana Tech, you won't be just another face in the crowd. We know our students, and we're available to provide advice, guidance, constructive criticism, research opportunities, and practical experience. Quite often, you'll find that we're also available just to talk.

 

Contact the Louisiana Tech Admissions office to arrange a campus visit. Write or call:

            Office of Admissions
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            (318) 257-3036

or contact:

Dr. William Campbell, Interim Director,
School of Biological Sciences
P.O. Box 3179
Ruston, LA 71272
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Phone: 318-257-4573