Environmental Studies and Earth Sciences
A Degree in Environmental Studies and Earth Sciences prepares graduates for careers in environmental protection agencies, health and environmental control departments, universities, and research institutes. Basic knowledge of biology, chemistry, statistics, and mathematics is required. A degree in environmental studies and earth sciences provides an introduction to a range of subjects, including oceanology, geology, as well as ecology, soil science, and climatology. The United States, China, Germany, the United Kingdom, and France offer the most popular programs in environmental studies and earth sciences.