Bachelor of Science | Environmental Studies Minor
Become a caretaker of the natural environment.
As an Environmental Studies student at UMFK, you’ll benefit from hands-on learning, supportive and knowledgeable faculty as you prepare for careers to address local, regional, and global environmental issues. Opportunities to participate in research with faculty or on your own abound in our Living Labs!
You have the option of pairing your degree with a minor or with a Self-Designed concentration.
Customize your environmental studies degree to match your career goals with the self-designed concentration.
Bureau of Labor Statistics – Potential Occupations and Employment Outlook
|Job Code||Job Title|
|19-2041.00||Environmental Scientists and Specialists, Including Health|
|19-2041.01||Climate Change Analysts|
|19-2041.02||Environmental Restoration Planners|
|11-9121.00||Natural Sciences Managers|
|11-9121.01||Clinical Research Coordinators|
|11-9121.02||Water Resource Specialists|
|19-1029.02||Molecular and Cellular Biologists|
|19-1099.00||Life Scientists, All Other|
Violette Wilderness Camp
Among the facilities students have access to
Students who complete a research project before graduating
Department of Environmental Quality/Protection
An example of where our graduates work today
Environmental Studies Spotlight
Meet the faculty and students who make this program so successful.
Assistant Professor of Environmental and Arctic Studies
Dr. Stacey Elmore is a wildlife and public health ecologist with research experience in the …
Assistant Professor of Biology & Environmental Studies
Dr. Hansen earned his bachelor’s in forestry from the University of Toronto, his master’s in …
Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Dr. Kennedy “Ned” Rubert-Nason is chemical ecologist with a Ph.D. in Molecular and Environmental Toxicology …
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