Is environmental science right for me?

<p>Hello. I'm wondering if environmental science (focus in conservation) would be a good match for me?</p>

<p>I don't consider myself very organized. I am moderately good at math, but it does not come naturally for me.</p>

<p>I am terrible at math, and never took chemistry before in my life, but I am a Bio major. </p>

<p>Something not coming naturally just means you will have to study a little harder. If you truly want to major in Env. Science then do it, regardless of what "comes naturally" to you. </p>

<p>I'm assuming you care about the environment and things like preserving endangered species, etc. interests you, so go ahead and chase that.</p>

<p>Yes. I believe it is possibly a very ethical occupation. I think the course I want focuses more on censervation. I want to also get a masters in "intewrnational conservation and devolopment... which is offered by the forestry dept. (I live in Montana, so forestry and wilf life biology, etc. are popular).</p>

<p>Sorry for the spelling errors.</p>