Environmental Science

As the globe becomes more industrialized, the quality of the environment becomes a great concern. The EAS program is a great place to learn about how to make an impact in this crucial area. EAS students are involved in policy and media-related environmental activities throughout the United States, as well as air and water quality research with Tech faculty.

Sample schedule for Environmental Sciences for catalog year 2021-22

Key (for the sample schedule below):

(1): Assumes AP credit for MATH 1551 Differential Calculus (2)

Total Credit Hours = 120+

Learn more about Georgia Tech's Core Curriculum, required of all undergraduate students.