Go green with an environmentally friendly degree.
Follow your passion.
Travis Dorsey is studying entomology and lives on a farm. He is changing the operation to organic farming and will soon grow oranges, muscadine grapes and pasture-raised chickens.
Make a difference.
Do you want to conserve energy and resources and reduce pollution and waste?
Get involved on campus and in your community:
Need more info?
Contact the Office of Academic Affairs for more information on how you can participate in one of these programs.
Be Part of the Solution
When you learn about environmental issues at CAES, you'll have opportunities to apply environmental principles to practical situations on campus and in the surrounding communities.
Areas of study include:
- Environmental Economics and Management
- Environmental Chemistry
- Environmental Resource Science
- Water and Soil Resources
- Agriscience and Environmental Systems
- Organic Agriculture (certificate program)
- Environmental Law (minor)
- Resource Economics (minor)
Through service learning projects such as designing and constructing rain gardens in parks and schools, you will learn how to prevent pollution of streams and rivers. By working in the nearby organic farm or in the sustainable flower garden, you will learn sustainable growing practices. There are also opportunities to work with industry on determining ways to reduce water and energy use.
Begin a Great Career
What are you waiting for? A degree or certificate from the University of Georgia College of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences can lead to a rewarding career helping the environment.
Here are just a few examples:
- Environmental consultant
- Field biologist
- Water Quality Scientist
- Organic gardener and farmer
- Public relations specialist
- Natural Resource Economist
- Environmental lawyer
Apply to the University of Georgia for one of these environmental programs today. The College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences would love to have you as part of our family.
- Get started: see our tips for applying to college.
- Apply: visit the UGA undergraduate admissions page.
Learn more about the college!
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