Studying the environment is more than one major or one field of study. As a scientist, you have the choice to concentrate on one aspect of the environmental sciences like biology, chemistry, geology, etc., you can focus on applied sciences like engineering or even get a little bit of everything with the new degrees in Environmental Science. If you are more interested in humanities and public policy, then a degree in Environmental Science and Policy might be a good choice.
At FSU, we offer students a spectrum of environmental degrees that vary between rigorous math requirements to those programs which focus more on the human political dimension.
Ms. Paige Phillips (email@example.com) is the primary contact for students interested in the Meteorology undergraduate degree programs, and the departmental contact
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Mr. Tim McGann (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the primary contact for students interested in the Environmental Science and Environmental Science & Policy undergraduate degree program.
Dr. Bill Parker (email@example.com) is the primary contact for students interested in the Geology undergraduate degree program.