Environmental Studies

Students working in the field

Environmental Studies is a two-year, interdisciplinary program that provides students with a broad understanding of the human relationship to the natural world, giving them the skills to diagnose and address environmental issues in a variety of contexts. Students gain a strong grounding in environmental science, as well as training in the social sciences and humanities required to analyze and respond to the complex and dynamic environmental problems of the modern world.


Where It Will Take You (and Career Possibilities)

Baccalaureate degrees in Environmental Studies provide students with the knowledge and skills to pursue a wide variety of careers in the environmental and sustainability fields. This can include research, technical, educational, advocacy and planning positions at governmental agencies, or with domestic and international environmental nonprofit organizations. Graduates have also pursued careers in corporate research, sustainability and environmental affairs.

The bachelor’s degree also prepares students for graduate study and careers in environmental law, public policy and public affairs, forestry and wildlife management, academic research, and dozens of other environment fields

 


Transition-Oriented Program

The UC Blue Ash program is designed to provide the first two years of a four-year degree in Environmental Studies at UC’s McMicken College of Arts and Sciences. Credits do transfer to other accredited colleges and universities, and students can also directly enter the workforce. Students completing the program of study in environmental studies are eligible for an associate of science degree.

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Contact Information

Suzanne Bradshaw, PhD

Department Chair
Professor of Biology

Walters Hall 277
(513) 936-1642
suzanne.bradshaw@uc.edu

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