The Environmental Studies (B.S.) program at East Stroudsburg University provides students
with hands-on, personalized instruction in environmental studies and prepares them
for a wide range of careers in environmental science and conservation.
ESU offers a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Environmental Studies.
Our students are taught by full-time faculty members with doctoral degrees in Biology,
and we offer a broad range of courses related to environmental science.
Students in the Environmental Studies program will learn how to identify local plants
and animals, survey streams for fishes and aquatic invertebrates, use lab equipment
to assess water quality and test for pollution.
Students will also learn how to carry out experiments and analyze data, and give presentations
on environmental science to both scientific and general audiences.
A Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Environmental Studies is a good choice for
those who plan to work as environmental consultants, in conservation districts, state
and federal environmental agencies, non-governmental organizations or plan on attending
ESU Biology courses are taught by 13 full-time faculty members who all have doctoral
degrees and years of experience teaching and doing research in biology. Our faculty
have diverse interests in Biology and remain active in their disciplines, and they
share their enthusiasm and appreciation for biology with our students.
Learn more about ESU and the Environmental Studies major.