The Bachelor’s of Science in Environmental and Natural Resources (EVNR) aims to produce graduates who are competent to collect, analyze, correlate, and evaluate scientific data pertaining to environmental and natural resources. Graduates of the EVNR degree program will be able to assess the health of various ecosystems, recommend strategies and methods for maintaining or improving the environment, effectively manage the use and protection of natural resources, and understand multiple dimensions of environmental sustainability issues. Courses will focus on hands on learning both in the laboratory and in the field. By following a recommended sequence of courses this degree can be completed in eight semesters. Learn more about this and other degrees in the School of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Start your journey toward obtaining your degree today.