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After spending part of the summer doing volunteer work with an environmental center, and then spending the rest of the summer in the mountains (family reunion and then stayed for vacation, so it was a more rural area, not so much a hot vacation spot), my daughter decided that an environmental sciences major might be for her. She is already strong in science.
However, I am finding that many schools only have environmental science as a grad degree. There are a few that have it as an undergrad degree. I am wondering if perhaps it would be better for her to pick one of the sciences and do that for undergrad instead. She loves most of the sciences and environmental sciences seemed to pull it all together. She is not interested in environmental studies. Thanks in advance for your help!