Learn to affect environmental change and awareness, and create sustainable solutions to pressing global issues.
At a glance
An interdisciplinary approach in this major means you’ll get a science-based foundation along with an understanding of the interconnectedness of social, political, and ecological systems. You’ll discuss issues from individual citizen engagement in conservation all the way up to global climate change. Field experience is key, and you’ll unlock this door with ecological investigation and resource management skills gained at CSU’s Mountain Campus and through internships, study abroad, and more.
Some Career Options
You’ll find career opportunities in government agencies, education, and advocacy organizations, where you’ll be able to apply your experience in science, technology, social science, and policy to solving today’s critical natural resource and environmental problems.
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