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|What is Environmental Studies?|
Environmental studies is concerned with the challenging issues that affect environmental quality, including air, water and soil pollution, and the preservation of biological diversity. Students pursuing such studies will elect an area of concentration in one of the humanities or social sciences – most often Geography and Planning, Political Science and Public Administration, or Economics.
|How much are environmental studies grads paid?|
The principal employers of people with an environmental background are:
Starting salaries for people with a baccalaureate degree are in the $25,000 to $35,000 range. To maximize advancement and earning opportunities, students should go on for a master's degree.
|How do I major in environmental studies at UT?|
Students should pursue the Bachelor of Arts degree in Environmental Studies with an elected concentration in one of the humanities or social sciences. Student wishing to pursue a Master of Science degree may do so in their area of concentration. They may also enter Law School with the intent of practicing environmental law.