Metropolitan State College of Denver - Environmental Science Program
890 Auraria Pkwy #410
Denver, CO 80204
The Environmental Science major is an extended major (no minor required) designed as an entry-level major for MSU Denver students, as well as for students transferring at the junior level from a community college with a background in the environmental sciences. Students may choose from five concentrations. The multidisciplinary concentration provides students with a broad-based environmental science background, whereas the concentrations in ecological restoration, environmental chemistry, and water management and hydrologic science are more specialized.
All concentrations, except for the Environmental Science option for Secondary Science Teacher Licensure, require a unified core. Interested students should go to the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences (Science 2028) to be assigned an advisor. Students interested in Teacher Licensure in secondary science should consult an advisor in Environmental Science and Teacher Education (see teacher education).
Program Degree Options Include:
• Environmental Science Major, B.S.
• Environmental Science Minor
• Environmental Studies Minor
• Environmental Science Teacher Licensure