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Conservation and Restoration Ecology

Environmental Management

Natural Resources and Wildlife Management

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Monarch Butterfly Research
Comes to UTSA

UTSA awarded $300,000 from Texas Comptroller to study the monarch butterfly and its important food source, milkweed.
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Cross-Continent Partnership
The U.S. Forest Service and the University of Texas at San Antonio, a member of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, recently established a framework for cooperation by signing a Memorandum of Understanding.
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Students Return from Summer Research
Students return from research studies in North Carolina and New Mexico.
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Welcome to the Office of Environmental Science

UTSA's Office of Environmental Science oversees two degree programs - a Bachelor's of Science in Environmental Science and a Master's of Science in Environmental Science. It is our goal that when our students complete their degrees, they will be prepared to work in the public or private sectors, or continue with their education for a more advanced degree.

Environmental Science is multidisciplinary; therefore, the degree programs offer a wide variety of courses. For the undergraduate degree, students take a core group of environmental classes including ecology, law, remediation, microbiology, toxicology, and global change. Support work includes classes in chemistry, physics, geology, geographical information systems, calculus, statistics, and computer programming. There is more flexibility with the Master's degree, with both a thesis and non-thesis option. The focuses are conservation and natural resources or environmental management.

We hope you will explore our web site and learn more about our office, students, and programs.