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Gannon's Environmental Science program provides ample hands-on field experiences that take learning outside the classroom. Make a difference for our environment and protect human health by identifying environmental problems through research and data collection.
Gain real-world knowledge through key environmental science courses including:
Water Quality Lab: Use equipment and techniques to assess quality parameters of surface and ground water.
Environmental Toxicology Lab: Gain experience collecting and analyzing air, water and soil samples. Activities have included conducting water quality monitoring onboard the research vessel, The Environaut.
Climate Change and Energy: Learn how complex factors contribute to global climate change, along with topics including conventional and renewable energy technologies.
Accelerate your education with Gannon's five-year program, earning a B.S. in environmental science and an M.S. in environmental science and management.
Graduates of the environmental science program are highly employable and typically find jobs with government agencies, environmental consulting firms, private industry and nonprofit organizations.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median annual wage for environmental engineers is $71,500.
“Throughout your education at Gannon, you will have opportunities to participate in actual, real-life field work, internships and research projects. The work you’ll do with amazing faculty will send you into the workforce ready to take on serious but fascinating challenges.”
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Hwidong KimAssociate ProfessorChairperson
Varun KasaraneniAssistant Professor
Christopher MagnoAssociate Professor
Michael BovaAdjunct Lecturer
David GeorgeAdjunct Lecturer
David HochAdjunct Lecturer
Joseph HudsonAdjunct Lecturer
Matthew WolfordAdjunct Lecturer
David WolterAdjunct Lecturer