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Allegheny environmental science

ShareefShareef 8 replies17 threads Junior Member
How high is Allegheny environmental science ranked? I heard it's good, but I can't find a ranking.
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  • merc81merc81 11260 replies186 threads Senior Member
    I think you will be unlikely to find a reliable and comprehensive ranking for environmental studies on the undergraduate level. Nonetheless, by any reasonable standard, Allegheny offers one of the top programs of its type in the nation. For a comparable program within a similar selectivity range, look into Hobart William Smith.
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  • CreeklandCreekland 6141 replies91 threads Senior Member
    If you aren't particularly drawn to the specific college, other schools to consider are Juniata (also in PA) and Eckerd (in FL) for Environmental Science, but as the PP said, I don't know of any specific rankings for the major - just recommendations from those "in the field" a few years ago when I was helping my youngest son in his search.
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  • PAclgmomPAclgmom 44 replies0 threads Junior Member
    edited January 2019
    Definitely look at Juniata for Environmental Science. Similar to Allegheny, but with the added bonus of a remote field station right on the banks of Raystown Lake where most students live for a semester. Many students also take advantage of the semester-long Galápagos Islands opportunity. They have a ton of equipment in the ESS program; electrofishing, a full GIS laboratory, much more.
    edited January 2019
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