WHY CHOOSE AN ONLINE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT DEGREE?
A sustainable future only happens when you commit to shape it. Dedicate your studies to a better environment, to better yourself.
- Agricultural and Life Sciences
- Degree Type
- Bachelor of Science
- Diploma Title
- Bachelor of Science With a major in Interdisciplinary Studies Concentration Environmental Management in Agriculture and Natural Resources
- Transcript Title
- Bachelor of Science Major Interdisciplinary Studies Concentration Environmental Management in Agriculture and Natural Resources
As more focus is placed on the earth, its resources and the impacts on our ecosystem, environmental science degrees are growing in demand. UF Online’s Environmental Management degree gives students a solid grounding in the areas of hydrology, soil science, pest management, water resources, and agricultural ecology. This equates to UF Environmental Management graduates prepared to excel in jobs with agricultural producers, consulting companies and government agencies involved in maintaining a sustainable environment.
With an environmental management degree, you can make an impact on the well-being and health of our planet and its people. From contaminated water, to air pollution levels, environmental managers can be leaders in the path to driving commerce and innovation forward in a sustainable manner. Graduates can look forward to careers in various fields in the agricultural, environmental and natural sciences sectors such as sustainable food and fiber production, environmental policy and analysis, water resources, energy resources, soil conservation, stewardship of natural resources, pollution management and international development.
In addition to completing all university, college and general degree requirements, students enrolled in the Environmental Management program will have the opportunity to take a number of core courses, including Natural Resource Policy and Economics, Environmental Nutrient Management and Environmental Biogeochemistry along with several approved electives such as Economics, The World of Water and Environmental Monitoring Techniques.