HomeAcademics at HSUUndergraduate Major & Minor ProgramsEnvironmental Science Minor Environmental Science Minor The goal of Hardin-Simmons Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences is to teach our students a solid foundation in the various geoscience disciplines. Our department provides fundamental training for career geologists and environmental scientists, introduces a basic understanding of the environmental science for our liberal arts student. Our program is designed to prepare students for graduate school and professional work in the environmental sciences. Contact Us Dr. Mark Ouimette Professor of Geological Sciences, Program Director firstname.lastname@example.org 325-679-1383 Majors — Minors Environmental Science (B.A., B.S.) Why Study Environmental Science at HSU? Grad School Preparation The Environmental Science program prepares students for graduate and professional careers. Our graduates have successfully been admitted to doctoral programs in environmental science, environmental health, Library Sciences, and Law (J.D.). Graduates of our program have succeeded in a wide range of professional career paths such as Texas Commission for Environmental Quality, Texas Railroad Commission, private sector environmental regulations careers, and have pursued additional environmental graduate work. Personal Attention Our small class sizes provide students with many opportunities to learn from faculty both inside and outside of the classroom. Your professors will know your name. We are invested in your success. We can add great depth to letters of reference or recommendation! Our graduates are successful at seeking and entering further graduate work, including doctoral studies, and career paths. Excellent Outcomes All of our environmental science graduates have a landed meaningful employment in the field within six months of graduation or have continued their academic preparation with doctoral studies or other master’s work (Library Studies). Students moving on to graduate programs have been accepted at the University of North Texas, University of Texas – Arlington, Texas Tech, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Program Details CoursesClick to Open Courses available include ENVS 1311/1111, 2311, 3308 or 3309, 4144, 4308, 4311 (or ENVM 5311), 4312, 4316, GEOL 3311, ENVM 4340, and GEOL 4315. RequirementsClick to Open All HSU students are eligible for the program. OutcomesClick to Open Our graduates are working to make our world a cleaner and safer place. Our students are prepared to contribute to our world as caring Christian Environmental Scientists.