The Bachelor of Science in Environmental Studies degree combines traditional classroom learning with hands-on outdoor experience. UMFK’s campus is located in the center of the Acadian Forest Region, which allows for a particularly unique and highly relevant environment for learning.
As a student in this program you will -
The field studies wildlife biology concentration are provided a broad understanding of wildlife biology and management through the study of biology, a greater understanding of soil biodiversity, plants and their impact on wildlife diversity, wildlife habitat interactions, and management of wildlife.
The field studies aquatic ecosystems concentration introduces the theory and practice of ecology, the study of interrelationships among living things and their environment through the study of freshwater ecosystems and will be engaged in hands-on fieldwork to investigate the ecology of local forests and plants, wetlands, rivers, and lakes.