Global warming, sustainability, and environmental management are common terms in today’s society. With an environmental science minor from Post University, you can understand and be able to apply these concepts to lead the world to more responsible practices. With this minor, you can pursue a career as a park ranger, lab technician or environmental activist, or add relevant skills to your biology or other related degree program.
Program HighlightsEach environmental science class in our minor program provides a firm foundation of the essential concepts of the field but also applies these concepts so you can understand and address today’s environmental concerns. For a total of 16 credit hours, your courses include:
Unlike other environmental science colleges, Post University takes a comprehensive approach to education. Our courses emphasize hands-on experience in addition to lectures, and our faculty brings real-world expertise into both our Connecticut-based and online classrooms. This, combined with one-on-one academic advising, helps better prepare you to enter the field upon graduation.
Protect our planet for future generations and grow your career. Add an environmental science minor to our legal studies, human services, or biology undergraduate degree programs today. Contact our admissions representatives can answer any questions you have about each program and the environmental science minor.
The university reserves the right to change or update the curriculum at any time. The university will notify students of any changes officially through the university website.
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