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what college for this major

idonteatsushiidonteatsushi Registered User Posts: 149 Junior Member
edited September 2013 in Other College Majors
hi guys,
i'm interested in majoring in Environmental Studies.
i made a list of around 10 colleges but i wanted to know some more colleges that specialize in this. can someone please help me out?
thanks
Post edited by idonteatsushi on

Replies to: what college for this major

  • peekygrlpeekygrl Registered User Posts: 8 New Member
    ashford and yale are some more
  • zapfinozapfino Registered User Posts: 2,835 Senior Member
    Solid environmental studies programs are widespread. A lot depends on what schools will admit you, what schools you can afford, and what schools are a good personal fit for you.
  • intparentintparent Registered User Posts: 34,907 Senior Member
    Whitman is strong, and has lots of dual major/certification options with environmental studies and science as well.
  • jbrynsvoldjbrynsvold Registered User Posts: 62 Junior Member
    Columbia College in Missouri has a growing Environmental Sciences program that is being enhanced with the recent opening of a new science center on campus. It's got state-of-the-art technology and world-class professors teaching small classes so you can get personal attention. You will feel like you have joined a big family if you come to Columbia College! Check out more info here!
  • IDMom2015IDMom2015 Registered User Posts: 30 New Member
    Not sure where you are from...but check out your state university system first. If StateU does not offer the major - you may find that a private university in your state also has programs open to state residents as a State College program. For example - Syracuse U has School of Environmental Science & Forestry which is considered part of Statue Universities of NY system.
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