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If you love the outdoors, science and creating solutions, we hope you’ll consider pursuing a B.S. degree in Environmental Sciences at UVM. If you’ve considered an education where classroom encounters with world-renowned environmental scientists are heightened by hands-on field and service-learning opportunities, then this major may offer your perfect college experience.
Which college should I apply to?
A common concern of students who are considering the environmental sciences major is that of knowing whether to pursue the program through the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS), the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources (RSENR) or the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS). Indeed, the distinctions between the major offered through these three schools is subtle, and a student can usually shift between the three with little difficulty. In an attempt to demystify the differences between the programs, consider these principles:
The Rubenstein school provides a degree with an environmental focus, so an environmental sciences major is balanced with a broad-based understanding of the environment. Learn more about the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources.
The College of Arts and Sciences provides a degree with a traditional liberal arts orientation, so the major in environmental sciences is pursued within the context of a liberal arts education. Learn more about the College of Arts and Sciences.
The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences provides a degree in which the student pursuing the environmental sciences major is engaged in the application and understanding of the environment within the context of agricultural literacy. Learn more about the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.