Environmental Biology Major

Environmental Biology Major Overview

The environmental biology major prepares students for employment in an environmental career or graduate study in a number of related fields. Possible career paths include environmental consultant, field biologist, conservation, public policy, education or opportunities related to natural resources and renewable energy.

You will study how plants and animals interact within their species and as part of a larger ecosystem as well as the effects of human influence on the environment. You will also gain a strong foundation in biology, chemistry and mathematics.

Greenville College students benefit from unique experiences afforded by the Ayers Science Field Station located 15 minutes from campus as well as the Hoiles Gardens offering over 40 acres of wooded property adjacent to campus.

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  • Ecologist
  • Fisheries Biologist
  • Environmental Biologist
  • Environmental Biology Teacher
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