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Study chemical processes in living organisms by working with the structures and functions of cellular components, such as proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids, and other biomolecules.
The purpose of the Climate Science Degree is to prepare the next-generation citizens for climate change impacts facing them.
Study the planet Earth, its composition, history, and structure as you explore energy and resources, learn to evaluate potential hazards, and more.
Conduct undergraduate research in chemistry as you prepare for graduate school or careers in research.
Study the issues and concerns that involve humans’ relationships with nature.
Gain the knowledge and skills needed to manage public or private forests in the only nationally accredited forestry program in the state.
Learn all about the ecology, behavior, conservation, and management of wildlife populations as you focus on current issues and concerns in natural resources.
Learn to use ecological principles to maintain healthy ecosystems and restore forests, rangelands, wildlands, and grasslands that have been damaged over time.
Take the opportunity to solve real-world problems through research that can benefit human lives and improve the environment.
Through geology, learn the scientific, hands-on, and professional skills necessary in the modern workforce.
Study the physical, chemical, and biological processes associated with rivers, streams, and lakes in a department that is nationally ranked for its research.