£475 per credit
The Bachelor of Science Degree in Environmental and Geographic Sciences is designed to meet the educational needs of students seeking to develop skills in environmental, geographic and other earth sciences while promoting creation of new knowledge, sustainability, service to the community and environmental justice. The 124 credit hour undergraduate degree program is structured into three concentrations, each with a focus on one region of a spectrum of human-environment interaction: from an earth systems perspective (Geoscience concentration), through a discussion of pollution and other anthropogenic manipulation of the earth system (Environmental Science concentration), to a consideration of environmental effects on the human condition (EHAC* accredited concentration in Environmental Health Science).
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