Environmental Science Major—Chemistry Emphasis
Learn how the environment works at the molecular level, and take your knowledge into a career in a huge and growing field.
If you want to pursue a career requiring scientific training in environmental problems and their solutions, an environmental studies major will prepare you for jobs in a variety of fields. You can also continue your education through graduate programs such as ecology, environmental science, natural resource management, or environmental biology.
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Should you consider an environmental studies group minor?
If you want to pursue graduate study in chemistry but are also interested in studying environmental issues at the local, national, and global levels, consider earning an environmental studies minor along with your chemistry major. Because the study of environmental issues is truly interdisciplinary, the environmental studies minor is appropriate for students majoring in the humanities, social sciences, or natural sciences.
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