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|What is Environmental Science?|
Environmental scientists seek to identify, understand and respond to challenging issues that affect environmental quality, including air, water and soil pollution, and the preservation of biological diversity.
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|How do I become an environmental scientist at UT?|
Students should pursue the Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science following either the 'ecology' or 'geology' tracks. Student wishing to pursue a Master of Science degree may elect to do so in either Biology (Ecology Track) or Geology (Environmental Track).