A new Environmental Informatics Major in the College of Natural Resources and Environment helps students develop these critical analytical and decision skills for the 21st century job market. Today’s problems are increasingly complex and involve vast amounts of data. They require computers and modeling to solve them. Students who are good with numbers, enjoy computing, and want to make a positive difference to the environment.
- Crop and Soil Sciences
- Environmental Science
- Environmental Policy and Planning
- Environmental Resources Management
- Environmental Horticulture