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Fayette, MO
Environmental scientists work in many fields including writing, consulting, management, regulation, conservation and education related to environmental issues.
Springfield, MO
The environmental biology major trains students in the natural sciences as well as other disciplines that inform environmental issues, providing breadth across math and the natural sciences and depth within field biology, ecology, and biodiversity.
Saint Louis, MO
Maryville University also offers a BA in Environmental Studies. Students take a limited selection of natural science courses and a broad base of human and natural history courses.
Joplin, MO
The Missouri Southern State University - Environmental Health & Safety BS degree is EHAC accredited and ISHM approved, helping prepare you for work in government or industry. It is available by an on campus track or by a distance learning track.
Rolla, MO
Detect and solve problems that can affect the safety and natural integrity of air, water and land. Protect and repair the environment by examining water and wastewater treatment, air pollution control and treatment, solid waste management and. . .
Saint Louis, MO
If you are interested in pursuing graduate school in environmental science or in working as environmental scientist, consider the B.S. degree. If you want to pursue an advanced professional degree, or are interested in the public policy. . .
Saint Louis, MO
Major in Environmental Studies Offered by the Saint Louis University College of Arts and Sciences: Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in environmental studies
Cape Girardeau, MO
The curriculum is designed to provide environmental science majors with fundamental knowledge of the scientific, social, ethical, legal, economic, and medical aspects of environmental issues.
Warrensburg, MO
UCM’s department of Safety Sciences offers two undergraduate programs, two specialized minors and two master's programs. Courses are offered on campus, online and at the UCM Summit Centerin Lee’s Summit, Mo.
Columbia, MO
Civil and Environmental engineers solve problems that directly affect nearly everyone’s daily life and health. Obtaining a master’s degree or PhD will greatly help you become an expert in your chosen field.