Seattle University offers seven study programs aimed at developing a career that advances sustainability:
The civil engineering program provides a strong foundation in mathematics, basic and engineering sciences, the humanities and social sciences. The environmental specialty gives prepares you for a career in developing technical solutions to environmental challenges. Learn more about a BS in Civil Engineering with Environmental Specialty here.
This minor is open to students not majoring in Civil Engineering. Learn more about a minor in Environmental Engineering here.
The environmental science degree offers a broad background in the basic and applied sciences. The major is partially self-designed, allowing you to take additional upper division courses in the areas that suit your interests. One learning objective is to comprehensively understand significant environmental issues impacting global society. Learn more about a BS in Environmental Science here.
This minor is open to students not majoring in Environmental Science. Learn more about a Minor in Environmental Science here.
The bachelor of science (BS) major in marine and conservation biology allows students to develop an appreciation for the marine environments and ecology and conservation efforts. The curriculum includes several course options in biodiversity, organismal biology, physiology, and ecosystems and encourages participation in related research projects. Learn more about a BS in Marine and Conservation Biology here.
The Environmental Studies Program prepares you for a career in environmental education, urban planning, environmental journalism, natural resource management, park management, ecological restoration, sustainable agriculture, corporate sustainability, and environmental consulting. You can choose a specialization in Ecological Systems; Politics, Policy, and Justice; Urban Sustainability; and Environmental Education and Communication. Learn more about a BA in Environmental Studies here..
This minor is open to students not majoring in Environmental Studies. Learn more about a Minor in Environmental Studies here.