Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science
Biology and Life Science Program Options
If you’re interested in studying biology and life sciences at Cedarville, but you’re not sure which major is right for you, we’ve created a helpful resource that compares our four options to aid you in making a final decision.
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Environmental Science Program Curriculum
Building on your core liberal arts and Bible minor courses, you will complete a core set of environmental science courses. This sequence includes courses in biology, geology, and environmental science. Your core coursework will prepare and direct you to select a track of study such as animal and wildlife biology, plant and agricultural science, molecular ecology, geology, geospatial, or an interdisciplinary track with the intent of preparing you for your next vocational step.This major is offered with a bachelor's-to-master's accelerated completion plan.
- Environment: Science, Sustainability, and Stewardship
- Principles of Geographic Information Systems