This degree features a unique combination of environmental and ecological sciences coupled with core business coursework. Students design an experience suiting their professional needs to enter the environmental industry. Students who seek this major will be required to have two minors including (A) Rangeland Ecology & Management and (B) Business. The Environmental Business concentration draws from the Bioenvironmental Sciences degree, but it lacks the larger number of foundational life science courses. The result is a well-rounded and marketable degree with an overview of environmental issues and business administration principals.
Business Owner, Environmental Consultant, Environmental Project Manager, Public Relations or Public Service Professional, and more
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