The University of Vermont's Environmental Sciences major combines a natural science-based core curriculum with hands-on experience needed to identify, analyze, and solve environmental problems. Instructors are active environmental research scientists. Classroom encounters with environmental scientists who are leaders in their field are heightened by hands-on field and service-learning opportunities.
In the Rubenstein School, emphasis on such cutting-edge areas as ecological design, geospatial technologies, restoration of damaged ecosystems, and management of resilient ecosystems equips Environmental Sciences graduates with the latest tools and skills to steward our forests, waters, and landscapes.
Environmental Sciences at UVM | 8 Semester Plan for Environmental Sciences (PDF) | Focus Track Course List | Learning Outcomes | Minors | Resources for Current Students
Research and Beyond the Classroom
Blending hands-on field and laboratory instruction with real-world environmental internship, research, and study abroad opportunities, students acquire the skill set needed to tackle complex environmental problems.
Learn more about internship, career, service-learning, research, and study abroad opportunities through the Rubenstein School Office of Experiential Learning and our in-house Career Counselor & Internship Coordinator.