The Sea Palms West Community on St. Simons Island is undergoing a refresh with the help of Dr. Kimberly Takagi's Aquatic Biology and Ecology class. Students have been monitoring the water quality in eight of nine ponds in the neighborhood as the first steps in helping the community transform its former golf course into a vibrant green space.
Are you interested in studying the planet you call home - and beyond? Do you want broad interdisciplinary training that ranges from deep earth molecules to ecosystem interactions? Do you want to experience settings from ocean to alpine and have a degree with application in all sectors of society? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then a career in Environmental Science is in your future.
The School of Arts and Sciences offers the Bachelor of Science Degree in Environmental Science. This degree provides an interdisciplinary framework for understanding, analyzing, and managing our environment. You can choose to focus on one or more of six concentrations: Natural Science, Environmental Studies, Marine Science, Geology, Chemistry, and/ or Sustainability, Policy, and Management.