Study Environmental Studies at King's
The world is changing, and not all change is for the better. The Environmental Studies (ENVS) program at King's prepares students with a knowledge of sustainability, including its environmental, social, and economic dimensions.
Learn how to confront and reverse human caused harm to Creation and think critically about how the structure of our society impacts the environment. Students apply technical and theoretical knowledge to discover how humans interact with the environment and can better manage it such as mapping and aerial photo interpretation, geographical information systems (GIS), environmental impact assessments, statistical analysis, and software for data collection and analysis.
King's Environmental Studies program is highly flexible, and students have plenty of opportunities to focus on the topics and subjects that interest them while keeping the 'big picture' in mind. Gain valuable hands-on experience and job preparation through our program's internships.
The ENVS major is available in both a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree program. This means students can choose to study the environment through both a scientific and a humanities-based lens. Regardless of which stream you choose, you'll discover that world-wide environmental challenges are not simply scientific dilemmas, but intricately linked with social, economic, and spiritual realities.
Environmental Studies programs at King's
Available as a major:
- 4-Year Bachelor of Arts
- 4-Year Bachelor of Science