You will be required to take a Chemistry and/or Physics Placement exam.
Environmental science is an interdisciplinary field, focusing on solving problems in natural and man-made environments. Biola's environmental science program provides the platform to specialize in graduate programs involving marine and land plants and animals, environmental planning and education, management of state and federal lands, pollution control and waste management, sustainability and eco-business.
Biola's environmental science major is structured to develop your competence in problem solving, critical thinking, writing and biblical integration of your faith with your academic discipline. Core courses include environmental science, biology, chemistry, physics and biostatistics.
A major in environmental science includes preparation in the following applied sciences:
This program will prepare students for a number of careers, including:
In addition to its strong curriculum, expert faculty members and biblical integration, Biola’s environmental science program offers several key advantages:
Majoring in Environmental Science at Biola has opened my eyes to how extravagant our God is! I love being a part of a community that is passionate about loving God by loving His creation.”