Be a catalyst for creation care
As an emerging environmental scientist, you'll incorporate studies in biology, chemistry, economics, politics, business and ethics to understand the relationship between humans and the natural world. You'll be equipped to pursue a career in urban development, field research, natural resource management, environmental restoration, or other related fields. And you'll emerge ready to tackle pressing creation care issues such as climate change, pollution and sustainable agriculture.
What you'll be able to do with an environmental science degree
Evaluate the many facets of human impact on the environment
Analyze environmental problems from a variety of disciplines, including the sciences, ethics, politics and economics.
Develop appropriate strategies to research and analyze environmental problems from a scientific perspective
Construct a coherent understanding of environmental science that is integrated with Christian theological principles
Critique values, assumptions and contexts that influence the relationship and response between humans and the environment.
Effectively use and critically evaluate the current scientific literature in the discipline
Effectively communicate the standards and current practices in the field of environmental sciences to both professional audiences and lay people.
What kind of job can I get with an environmental science degree?
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