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Bachelor of Environmental Science

A Bachelor of Environmental Science is an undergraduate bachelor's degree awarded for courses taken in the study of environmental science or related disciplines, such as sustainable resource development, environmental health, or ecological sustainability, and may also be known as a Bachelor of Environmental Science and Management degree in some schools.

In practice, this is essentially equivalent to a Bachelor of Science degree with a specialty in environmental impacts. The degree should not be confused with a Bachelor of Environmental Studies, which typically has less of a science focus and more of an interdisciplinary focus.

The Bachelor of Environmental Science degree is frequently abbreviated as B.Env.Sc., (sometimes B.E.Sc, B.S.E.S, or even B.E.S - the latter of which can cause confusion with a Bachelor of Environmental Studies degree) especially in the use of post-nominals.

In Australia, those who graduate with a B.Env.Sc. are eligible for membership in the Environment Institute of Australian and New Zealand.


  • List of institutions awarding Bachelor of Environmental Science degrees 1
    • North America 1.1
      • Canada 1.1.1
      • US 1.1.2
    • Australia 1.2
    • Africa 1.3
    • Asia 1.4
    • Other 1.5
  • See also 2
  • References 3

List of institutions awarding Bachelor of Environmental Science degrees

This listing only includes institutions that award a Bachelor of Environmental Science degree. Although there are similar programs that are Bachelor of Science degrees that specialize in Environment and Environmental Studies, they are not included in this list. In many cases, the differences are political in nature, as opposed to content.

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  4. ^ Trent Environment and Resource Studies
  5. ^ UMan Department of Environment and Geography
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  7. ^ Department of Environmental Science and Management, Humboldt
  8. ^ Purdue School of Science, Department of Earth Sciences
  9. ^ California State University, Chico, Geological and Environmental Sciences Department
  10. ^ Eastern Michigan University, Interdisciplinary Environmental Science & Society
  11. ^ Portland State University, School of the Environment: Environmental Science and Management
  12. ^ American Military University, School of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math: Environmental Science
  13. ^ American Military University, School of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math: Environmental Science
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