The environmental science major at Aquinas is designed to provide students with
a full knowledge of how ecosystems function.
An understanding of ecosystems requires biology, chemistry, geology, mathematics, and physics. By its very nature a program in environmental science must be broadly interdisciplinary. Since environmental issues
change over time as each problem is resolved, we discover other problems that require solving.
A Degree in Environmental Science
Graduates may continue their education and earn advanced degrees in environmental science, environmental health, natural resources management, or conservation.