Environmental Studies (B.S.)

Environmental Studies (B.S.)

Bachelor degree
48 months
Application deadlines: January 15
Processing time: 30 days
Application fee: $55
Intakes: Spring
International tuition: $23,475
Domestic tuition: $23,475

Program overview

Based in the School of Architecture and Planning, the Environmental Studies program looks at buildings in society; their impact and how we can minimize the risk and harm our man-made creations have on our natural environment. The overarching lesson taught in Environmental Studies is stewardship while building in our environment. As an Environmental Studies major, you will take a variety of community building labs, along with architecture, biology, and engineering classes. Your classes will be interactive and provide opportunities to practice your knowledge in the field with the help of experienced faculty and instructors.

Study options

Study options
This program can be done
On campus



For entry to most undergraduate courses, you must have Secondary School Report Official Transcripts Letter of Recommendation Optional SAT/ACT Scores Minimally Accepted IELTS Scores When applying for undergraduate programs the minimally accepted IELTS scores are: 6.5.

Career opportunities

With a B.S. in Environmental Studies, you will be prepared to work in public, private, and non-governmental organizations that focus on community development and environmental issues. In addition, students also go on to pursue a graduate degree in architecture, city planning, law, sustainability, social work, engineering, public policy or administration.

Campus location

Washington , United States