Environmental Biology

Environmental Biology is a growing field as Americans see the need to clean up the environment and conserve clean water, a resource that we always assumed had an infinite supply. Studying Environmental Biology gives the student a solid understanding of the processes used in Chemistry, Biology, and Microbiology for applications in land, water, and other natural resources. This transfer program is the foundation for a four-year degree which then provides a good foundation for jobs in private environmental industries that address problems associated with disturbed environments, government jobs in environmental management and policy, or for graduate research.

Program Requirements

See the Academic Catalog.


Ruth Wrightsman
RH 132
(406) 756-3878

For general information, contact the Admissions office: (406) 756-3847.

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