Environmental Science Program
Carroll University's Environmental Science program offers an undergraduate major, three related minors and two graduate program partnerships. Flexibility in the program allows you to tailor a curriculum aligned with your specific career goals.
Environmental science is an interdisciplinary program which explores the interactions and relationships between human and natural systems. Through core classes, you'll learn to integrate geologic, atmospheric, chemical and biological knowledge to address natural resource management and environmental issues.
Gain hands-on research experience at Carroll's, Greene Field Station, 60-acres of woodlands, a trout stream, cold-water springs and extensive wetlands located in the beautiful Kettle Moraine region just west of campus. The Greene Field Station is adjacent to Carroll's new Prairie Springs Environmental Education Center, home to the Paul Fleckenstein Research Laboratory.
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