At the College of the Environment, we are dedicated to educating future environmental experts and leaders who will take on today's environmental challenges: rapid population growth, climate change, natural habitat loss, energy production, natural hazard exposure, and other issues looming large in the early 21st century.
We believe these challenges demand capable problem-solvers steeped in both the social and ecological sciences--trained professionals who recognize that solutions to complex problems emerge from interdisciplinary research and collaborative frameworks.
College of the Environment curriculum is divided into two branches:
Environmental Sciences and Environmental Studies.
The Environmental Studies Branch is now comprised of both Environmental Studies and the NEW Department of Urban and Environmental Planning & Policy (UEPP). To learn more about this exciting change, please visit our 2021 announcement page.
To learn more about our departments and programs, we invite you to explore this website. Or, better yet, come meet us in person.