A degree in environmental sciences from Weber State University means you’ll be able to make a difference in the world we live in. You’ll gain the knowledge and skills needed to work on complex issues related to climate change, sustainability, natural resources and conservation. Our approach to studying environmental sciences utilizes state-of-the-art laboratories on campus, but also uses natural outdoor laboratories like Northern Utah’s mountains and lakes. My students are working to understand how microbes in Great Salt Lake might be building rocks that record climate change. I feel most at home in nature, so I love that I get to study within the environment that interests me. I even spent a month in Peru researching possible connections between water contamination and glacial retreat. I feel confident in the skills I’ve learned both in the field and in the lab to help me succeed after graduation. I grew up in Utah, and I’ve always had a deep appreciation for the outdoors. But I’m also well aware of climate change, and I believe that I’ll be a great asset for the conservation of our planet. I chose a degree in environmental sciences because it incorporates a broad area of study that will help me decide what I want my focus to be. An environmental sciences degree opens up careers in STEM-related fields including natural resource management or environmental law and policy. With your education here, you’ll be able to take information, turn it into action and make it useful for the planet.