The Department of Earth & Environment offers two premier undergraduate degrees in the natural and social sciences:
The Department jointly administers two additional undergraduate degrees:
The Department offers multiple minors for expanded study.
BU Hub Requirements
Earth & Environment offers many opportunities for BU students to fulfill requirements.
Students majoring in Earth & Environment have the opportunity to earn a professional master’s degree along with their bachelor’s degree in our signature BA/MS programs. Undergraduates majoring in Earth & Environmental Science or Environmental Analysis & Policy can earn a master’s degree in:
Experiential Learning Opportunities
Students can deepen their education in Earth & Environment through experiential learning that provides hands-on experience, often in direct contact with faculty members and their lab teams.
- Earth House Living Learning Community
- Regulated Community Compliance Project (RCCP)
- BU Marine Program and Marine Semester (BUMP)
- Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP)
Earth & Environment supports student-led organizations that enhance the Department’s official curriculum with field trips, activism, publications, and camaraderie.
Whether in Australia, Denmark, or Washington, D.C., many Earth & Environment students take advantage of study abroad and other unique opportunities available at Boston University. Visit BU Global Programs to explore the full range of opportunities.
For More Information
- Sayaka Yamaki, Undergraduate Program Coordinator
685 Commonwealth Avenue, Room 131C
(617) 358-0499 | firstname.lastname@example.org