- The chemical makeup of planet Earth
- How living systems interact within their environments
- Human-environmental interactions and their consequences
- Public policy in environmental law
But earning your bachelor’s degree is more than just studying. We’re implementing a new conservation initiative that’ll allow you to test your own solutions to environmental issues in real-world settings. Already, our students spend time constructing animal shelters and working closely alongside practitioners in the field to research and develop other environmental solutions. You may even have a chance to travel to a conservation site and put your solution-finding skills to the test.
And by studying environmental studies at Lynn, where nearly 25% of our students are international, you’ll gain a very global perspective. You’ll learn how different cultures and traditions around the world have affected their surrounding areas.
Your new degree will give you access to impressive career opportunities—many more than we could ever hope to list. Still, we’ve created this short sampling of careers you might pursue starting with this degree:
- Environmental lobbyist
- Environmental researcher
- Environmental issues reporter
- Environmental politician
We’re happy to help you set and reach your career goals. At Lynn, all students enjoy free career planning services.
As an environmental studies major, your major-specific courses will include such topics as Environmental Risk and Public Health, Wildlife Conservation and Global Environmental Justice.
General education classes will be satisfied through our Dialogues of Learning core curriculum—a program that relates real-world topics to traditional studies. Learn more about the Bachelor of Science in Environmental Studies program: