Protecting and restoring life on Earth
From day one as a Susquehanna environmental studies major, you will actively contribute to a more just, resilient and sustainable future.
Examine complex interdependencies between human, nonhuman, and nonliving earth systems at local and global levels. Explore diverse academic fields in natural and social sciences, literature, religion, politics and business for solutions to human-caused problems like climate change and species extinction.
Join professors in semester-long community-based environmental research or in partnership with Chesapeake Conversancy. Your research can take you through Susquehanna’s rich ecosystem and local watersheds, on a study abroad journey, and into our unique living-learning laboratories. Gain experience in exciting internships and position yourself for rewarding careers in the New Green Economy.
The research, knowledge and skills you gain at Susquehanna will allow you to face the future ready to address some of the most urgent challenges to life on Earth.
- of graduates are employed or enrolled in graduate school within 6 months
- of students gain professional experience through internships
- of students collaborate with faculty to develop sustainability projects
- of students lead campus sustainability efforts