BS in Environmental Science

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Biology is at the forefront of today’s headlines, from the environment to genetic engineering. Now is the time to be a part of the next generation of scientists who are tackling global warming, stem cell research, public health, and bioterrorism. No matter what field you want to pursue, Dyson College’s Biology programs will not only prepare you to enter the world of science, but also help you change it.

Dyson College’s Department of Biology offers a number of undergraduate, joint undergraduate-graduate, and professional programs, which can be tailored to your career objectives. Whether you are interested in biological/environmental research, a health-related profession, teaching, or an advanced degree, we have the program for you. Our students conduct independent laboratory research in collaboration with highly respected faculty members, often at a level typically reserved for graduate students, using scientific resources one would expect to find at a large research institution. Our students also gain hands-on experience beyond the classroom through field work and internships at some of the most prestigious scientific and pharmaceutical companies and organizations in the world.

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BS in Environmental Science

This degree program provides students with an interdisciplinary environmental science degree within the context of a liberal arts education. It is designed for students interested in a scientific perspective on environmental issues and allows them to continue with advanced studies in a graduate degree program or work in environmental science.

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Career Opportunities

There are many career paths you can follow with BS degree in Environmental Science including laboratory or field research; environmental conservation; natural resource management; scientific policy work for local, state, or federal agencies; science writing; and communication in newspapers, websites, magazines, television, and radio. With additional certifications and degrees, students may also become scientists, medical doctors, veterinarians, and teachers. Many Pace graduates command starting salaries of $53,200 or more—that’s on par with the country’s most selective Ivy League schools.

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