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Arizona State University Reviews of Bachelor's in Environmental Science

7 Reviews

Locations:   Tempe (AZ)  (and 4 others)

Annual Tuition: $29,438

50% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
100% of students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Environmental Science

Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Environmental Science

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Robin Evans

Reviewed: 3/2/2019

Degree: Environmental Science

This is a great degree if you are interested in an environmental or geosciences career, especially if you are going into STEM education. Be aware if you are looking to be an environmental tech, employeers are looking for BS candidates, and this is a BA degree. I have gotten interviews though, so know what you want to use the degree for.

Christina Vargas

Reviewed: 6/24/2017

Degree: Environmental Science

I studied at ASU for my undergrad. I enjoyed my experiences and I grew a lot in this time. I am currently pursing my Master's at ASU as well. I have enjoyed the rigor of my program as well as the opportunity to further hone my skill set and professional abilities. ASU is a great university to choose and the professors are dedicated to ensuring your success.

Krystina W.

Reviewed: 6/22/2017

Degree: Environmental Science

Attending ASU was such an amazing and valuable experience that I will always cherish. The instructors and courses available really added to the overall positive experience as well as the diversity of the school. What I think is special about ASU is how innovative it is and the amount of students there are - you meet so many people from around the country/world and that helps you open your mind to other ideas. I had the fondest memories going to class and challenging myself. In my experience, the... Read More

Ryan Lugo Gomez

Reviewed: 6/15/2017

Degree: Environmental Science

The Environmental Resource Management degree program was enjoyable and challenging. The classes concerning the engineering portion will either stress you out or give you a learning experience however most students experienced contempt for the engineering professor. The other professors dealt more with policy and science then there were electives that concerned over algae utilized toward commercialization. The algae class was useful in reinforcing engineering concepts alongside learning about assessments... Read More

Shauna Hanus

Reviewed: 10/12/2016

Degree: Environmental Science

ASU provided great opportunity for meeting and fellowship with fellow students, professors, and business professionals. As a participant in a mentoring program at ASU I met with many people of diverse backgrounds who were perusing degrees in fields that were new to me. ASU had a chapel on campus where students could stop and worship while also providing a student union for students to hang out. ASU was a great school to earn my undergraduate degree.


Reviewed: 7/22/2016

Degree: Environmental Science

The teachers in the physical science department were very knowledgeable with actual field experience to relate in their teaching.


Reviewed: 7/7/2016

Degree: Environmental Science

From 2010-2013, the Sustainability program at ASU was still very new, and therefore contained broad and general studies. You were able to choose your own courses and this included pulling courses from outside of the School of Sustainability and producing a strong justification of why the course fit in with your studies. There were pros and cons to this method. A few pros were that because of the eclectic nature of the degree, many courses outside of the school could be counted toward the degree.... Read More


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