Complete a joint program for qualification in environmental law in approximately four years. Apply multiple social and science disciplines in an environmental law context to address complex environmental problems.
Prepare for a career in the rapidly expanding field of environmental law. Conduct productive research in disciplines associated with environmental sciences, policy and environmental justice.
Complete this dual degree program with up to 18 credits concurrently applying to both degrees.
Design an interdisciplinary, flexible program based on your research interests and career goals.
Internship or Research
Choose to complete a research thesis or an environmental law paper or complete an internship capstone project.
Save time and money by earning two degrees in fewer semester hours — approximately four years.
What You’ll Study
Learn to solve problems of resource management and make decisions drawing on methods from various disciplines. Courses include management, finance, policy and economics along with earth and environmental resources studies. Examine current issues, policies and regulations pertaining to environmental studies.
Gain the professional and personal intelligence it takes to have a successful career.
Interpreting and applying laws and regulations to specific situations or issues
Analyzing and evaluating information to make informed decisions or judgments
Exchanging information and ideas through speaking, writing or other means of expression
Promoting or defending a cause or issue often using awareness, education and policy change
Gathering and analyzing information to increase knowledge or solve problems
Gathering and analyzing information for decision-making or problem-solving purposes
Using your degree
Make your college experience the foundation for a successful future.
- Environmental Lawyer
- Government Environmental Leader
- Environmental Consultant
- Energy Resources
- Private Sector