Do you have an interest in the environment, sustainability, or green technology?
If so, the Environmental Science program may be the right program for you.
This two-year, transfer program provides you with a well-rounded education including key disciplines within a liberal arts education. You will receive a rigorous and diverse education with the core courses of environmental science, ecology, environmental ethics, environmental health, and environmental geology. Students will participate in long term ecological research at CCC's very own nature center, Spencer Crest Nature Center. Finishing a degree in a cutting edge and emerging field of both theory and technology. Graduates of this program will have numerous and diverse career opportunities, both nationwide and locally, as "green" and sustainable technologies continue to grow.
By the completion of the program, you will:
The following is a list of the core courses required for the program.
See link below for a listing of program requirements. Information about the individual courses can be found in CCC's Course Catalog.
An Associates Degree in this field may lead to employment as a(an):
Salaries for these types of careers can range from $30,000 to $45,000
A Bachelor's Degree in this field may lead to employment as a(an):
Salaries for these types of careers can range from $45,000 to $60,000
The Environmental Science degree is designed for transferability. If you are interested in transferring to a four-year school, please contact Advising & Counseling Services or the Biology/Chemistry Department to speak with an academic advisor or the Department Chairperson to discuss transfer opportunities. Popular transfer options for our students include:
Dr Brenda Gustin, Chairperson, Biology/Chemistry Department Health & Science Division 607-962-9258 or NY & PA 1-800-358-7171 ext 9258. firstname.lastname@example.org