What can you do after graduation?
- Occupation Health and Safety Specialist
- Mining Engineer
- Environmental Engineer
- Forensic Scientist
- Nature Conservation Officer
Stewards of God’s creation.
At Abilene Christian University, we believe that a Christian worldview requires stewardship of God's creation. Environmental issues are not simply technical problems—they also have political, sociological and even spiritual aspects. A career in environmental science offers you many ways to help address those challenges in meaningful ways.
Maybe you’re drawn to the adventure of the outdoors, or perhaps you feel a strong obligation to become an advocate for nature. Whatever your interest may be, ACU offers flexibility to fit your specific calling to Christian stewardship and responsibility in environmental
Environmental Science, BS (ENVR)
Politics and Policy
Wildlife and Natural Resource Management
University Requirements: 56 credit hours + Major Requirements: 64-67 credit hours (Choice of 4 tracks) + Electives: 5-8 credit hours = Total Required: 128 credit hours* *Based on track selection
Environmental Law and Policy
Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
National Candidates: May 1st
Early Bird: November 1st
Regular: February 1st