As an environmental science major, you will investigate the physical, biological, geographical and policy aspects of the natural environment to gain insight into ways that life on earth can continue to thrive. Along the way you'll confront related issues like environmental justice and ethics, food security, species diversity and extinction, water availability, sustainable consumption and climate change.
Why Study Environmental Science at Clark?
- Choose from one of three tracks in this interdisciplinary major: environmental science and policy, earth system science, and environmental and conservation biology.
- Examine environmental challenges from the perspectives of faculty in the sciences, social sciences and humanities, including those in our world-renowned Graduate School of Geography.
- Conduct research in Clark's Lasry Center for Bioscience, a 50,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art facility built in 2005.
- Apply to conduct research through the HERO Program.
- Work hard and join our accelerated B.A./M.S. program in biology, environmental science and policy,or geographic information science with the fifth year tuition-free for qualifying students.