Offered by the Saint Louis University College of Arts and Sciences
Saint Louis University's undergraduate degree in environmental studies prepares you for careers where knowledge of both scientific and social perspectives on the environment is important.
If you choose to major in environmental studies at SLU, you'll complete a minimum of 38 credit hours in math and science core classes before choosing a concentration in either philosophy, religion and ethics or economics, politics and public policy.
No matter which you choose, you'll have ready access to the resources of SLU's Earth and atmospheric sciences department, including excellent computer laboratories, annual week-long environmental science field trips and local internship opportunities.
You'll also have the option to participate in a capstone project designed to provide a real-world perspective on concepts you've mastered in class.
All students entering SLU's environmental studies program are required to complete a core set of preparatory science and skill development courses that give you a broad introduction to the environmental sciences. You'll then choose a specialized track that provides more advanced instruction in your areas of interest to help prepare you for careers after graduation.
Graduates of SLU's environmental studies program are poised for careers in business and government and are well prepared for more advanced degrees in a wide range of fields, including law, economics and public policy.