Environmental Science Field Experience

  • The field experience may be fulfilled by taking a preapproved course, enrolling in a Directed Research independent study course with a faculty advisor or by completing an internship.
  • students field experience
    An environmental science field experience course, directed research, or internship necessarily involves data collection, data analysis, and scientific writing.
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The field experience may be fulfilled by taking a preapproved course (see listing below), enrolling in a Directed Research independent study course with a faculty advisor, or by completing an internship. Please note that a Directed Research course or internship must be approved by the Director of Environmental Science and Environmental Studies in order to count as a field experience. An environmental science field experience course, directed research, or internship necessarily involves data collection, data analysis, and scientific writing.

Preapproved field experience courses (please note that you cannot count any of these courses as both a concentration course & a field experience course)

BISC 312: Field Ecology
ENSC 425: Environmental Field Methods
ENWC 408: Insect Field Taxonomy
ENWC 415: Wildlife Research Techniques
ENWC 444: Conservation of Tropical Diversity
GEOG 451: Microclimatology
GEOL 306: The Earth’s Lithosphere II: Field Geology
MAST 421/621: Coastal Field Biology
MAST 464: Marine Summer Science Internship
MAST 468: Undergraduate Research

Internship Opportunities from the National Council for Science and the Environment

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