Bachelor of Science in environmental science with specializations in environmental science and natural resource management, and a Bachelor of Arts in environmental science with specializations in environmental education, environmental policy and environmental policy and business.
Internships and Career Guidance
The dean’s office maintains a list of potential sources of internships. The school grants course credit for internships (S-U grades, 1-3 credits, one per semester up to a maximum of three semesters) to enable maintenance of student status.
The school operates horizontally across UF’s structure of academic disciplines, offering more than 200 courses taught in 50 departments. Faculty members from these departments are affiliated with the school.
General financial aid information is available from the Office of Student Financial Affairs. Students are eligible for scholarships awarded by the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences.
Admission requirements for freshmen and students other than first-semester freshmen are found in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences' Academic Policies.
School Requirements and Regulations
Students admitted to the school have full responsibility for registering for appropriate courses and fulfilling school and university requirements. During their first term in the school, students must obtain academic advising and a plan of study worksheet from 103 Black Hall.
Students should review the relevant information in this catalog each term to track and plan the progress of their academic work. Failure to understand and follow these guidelines could cause unnecessary hardship, delay and expense.
Refer to the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences' Academic Policies.
Graduation requires satisfactory completion of 120 credits for the B.S. or B.A. degree and a cumulative 2.00 GPA in both the upper-division and the overall UF GPA.
Combined Degree Opportunities
Eligible seniors in the School of Natural Resources and Environment can also participate in a combined degree that combines a B.A./B.S. in environmental science with a Master of Science in interdisciplinary ecology.