1 quarter pathway and bs environmental science marine science in Western washington university
Western Washington University
Environmental Science draws on basic knowledge of the physical, chemical, biological, and quantitative aspects of natural systems. The knowledge of how natural systems work is applied to solving problems largely created by human activities. Often these problems are represented by disturbances in the functioning of natural systems as humans alter their own life-support systems the air, the water and soil. The scale of disturbance ranges between molecular and cellular to individuals, populations, ecosystems, and regional and global levels. The International Year program will provide you with the solid foundation you need to be successful in your university degree.
A secondary certification or passed an appropriate external exam, An essay, Official academic credentials, TOEFL ibT of 80, a minimum IELTS score of 6.5, Official secondary school credentials with certified English translations when necessary, Statement of Financial Responsibility, ACT or SAT .
Field Researcher, Restoration Ecologist, Natural Resource Scientist