University of Vermont

2013-2014 Catalogue

Studying the Environment at UVM

Multidisciplinary Degrees Across Colleges

One of the distinctive features of UVM is its focus on studying the environment and environmental problems. Students interested in these issues have a rich array of choices. There are majors within specific disciplines, as well as several interdisciplinary degree programs.

The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences(CALS), College of Arts and Sciences(CAS), College of Education and Social Services(CESS), and The Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources (RSENR) jointly offer an Environmental Studies curriculum to students, coordinated by the Environmental Program faculty. Emphases range from natural science to policy and humanities, with strong interdisciplinary focus.

The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, and Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources jointly offer an Environmental Sciences major with emphases in agriculture and the environment, conservation biology and biodiversity, ecological design, environmental analysis and assessment, environmental biology, environmental chemistry, environmental geology, environmental resources, and water resources.

The College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences (CEMS) offers students the opportunity to pursue a degree in Environmental Engineering.

Environmental Degree Offerings

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