What you'll find in the Rubenstein School
Five undergraduate majors and minors. Rubenstein Students can earn a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences; Forestry; Parks, Recreation and Tourism; Sustainability, Ecology and Policy; and Wildlife and Fisheries Biology. Learn more about these programs as well as our five minors via the links in the sidebar.
Faculty that love to teach. Rubenstein School faculty are dedicated to undergraduate teaching. You will share the classroom with teacher-researchers solving today's biggest environmental problems. Meet our faculty >>
An innovative four-year core curriculum. The four-year sequence integrating ecology, human perspectives, ecosystem management, natural resource policy, and environmental assessment applies your knowledge of natural and social science to solving real-world problems. Learn more about the core curriculum >>
Resources ensuring your academic and career success. Our Student Services team is made up of Professional Advisors that specialize in student wellbeing, career development, internship and research placement, off-campus study, and community building. Each Rubenstein student is assigned an adivsor and has open access to the team's skills and resources. Meet our Student Services team >>