The Ecology & Environmental Science concentration in the Biology major approaches rigorous scientific investigation as a natural outgrowth of a Christian worldview, facilitating the development of knowledge, skills, and character necessary to produce graduates prepared to pursue a career, or graduate study, in Ecology and Environmental Sciences. Students in this program will understand the interaction between humans and the environment, methods of evaluating and managing the environment and natural resources, and how policies influence the use of these natural resources. Students will appreciate how humans and nature were created to interact and adapt to one another and become excellent stewards of God’s creation.
- Sustainable Community Development
-Dr. Joelle Laing, Assistant Professor of Biology