The Biosphere Emphasis
This path in our environmental science major explores the interactions of microbes, plants, animals and humans with their physical and chemical environment.
You will learn how to apply biological principles to biodiversity, adaptation to global change, as well as habitat conservation, restoration and rehabilitation.
Take courses like Environmental Microbiology (ENVS 425), studying microbial environments and learning techniques used to detect microorganisms and their activities in the environment.
Read descriptions of classes taught by our faculty on our Course List.
To see your path through our program, look at our B.S. in Environmental Sciences Curriculum Guide to see core classes as well required and optional classes under The Biosphere emphasis.
Connect with our undergraduate advisor, Kathleen.
Kathleen Landeen will help you make decisions about your educational and career goals as you progress through your undergraduate degree program.