Environmental Biology

Environmental science focuses on solving specific problems seen in our environment that have become important issues in today’s modern society. Most people in this field work in state or federal government offices connected to the management of public resources or in environmental protection and regulation. Industry hires many environmental specialists to ensure that they meet the prevailing standards and comply with changes as they arise.

Many graduates of environmental science programs go on to graduate school to become researchers in a narrow aspect of the field. The Faulkner University Science Department offers the following curriculum for students who wish to pursue careers in the biological side of environmental science. The curriculum emphasizes the community side of biology and fosters a strong appreciation for the physical aspects of the environment.


Because professional school requirements change students are obliged to communicate with the professional schools of their choice for current official entrance requirements.

Admission requirements for biology graduate schools in Alabama.

Environmental Science Degree Plan