Environmental Studies

Photo of land use changes threaten natural resourcesEnvironmental issues, such as climate change, water availability, and eutrophication, are of widespread concern. These problems span the economic, political, and scientific landscape, and effective solutions will draw on knowledge of the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. As a result, there are many employment opportunities for people with the technical and political skills to address these complex problems. If you are interested in environmental issues, you may want to consider a degree that provides interdisciplinary perspectives to environmental problem-solving.

Kennesaw State offers a Environmental Studies track as part of the Integrative Studies Degree Program in the University College. Contact me or visit the Integrative Studies Degree Program website for more information about Environmental Studies »