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Environmental Science Undergraduate Program

The environmental science program at Oklahoma State University provides undergraduate students with opportunities to address environmental problems from the standpoint of ethics, risk, and scientific and social feasibility.
An environmental science multidisciplinary degree is versatile, allowing graduates to be employed in a wide range of fields and sectors including private, non-profit and government agencies. As an environmental science major, your courses will involve problem-solving studies related to water and soil quality, economics, environmental policy, political science, resource management and engineering. In addition, you will gain important skills in communication, philosophy, ethics and sociology.

Environmental Science Undergraduate Information 

Student Learning Resource Center

Helping students find success
Located in Ag Hall 365, the environmental science student learning resource center provides computers, a conference and study room with media center, LED monitor, and many other amenities to help students be successful in their endeavors.
Student Learning Center

Research Opportunities

at Oklahoma State University
You will benefit from working in and out of the classroom and laboratory with faculty who are conducting cutting-edge research involving environmental problems.
Oklahoma State University has long been committed to fostering research opportunities and partnerships that lead to scholastic achievement, societal improvements, technological innovation, and economic revitalization. These activities are guided and governed by ethical principles that are an integral component of the responsible conduct of research.
Student researching in a field
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