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Energy and Environmental Systems Concentration

WHAT IS AN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENTIST?

Environmental scientists collect data samples for air, soil, water and other materials to identify environmental impacts for studies and surveys. These samples help to resolve environmental threats, develop plans and provide guidance to ensure quality regulation and manage natural resources.

Energy production is dependent upon the sustained stewardship of air, land, and water resources. Environmental scientists, consultants, and reclamation planners use their knowledge of our natural resources to protect the environment during energy development. 


 

Interests include:

  • Energy (Fossil Fuels and Renewables)

  • Biology 

  • Environmental regulation

  • Ecology 

  • Watershed management

  • Plants and Ecosystems

  • Public Policy

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Courses and Curriculum:
Students take courses across multiple disciplines in energy, science, engineering, mathematics and GIS.
DEGREE PLAN
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Students have the ability to join multiple professional organizations and UW-led student groups.
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THINK OUTSIDE 

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In the West and around the world, the outdoors is the foundation of our societies. How to manage our natural resources for the benefit of current and future generations is the most critical challenge of our times.

The Energy and Environmental Systems Concentration is proud to be a part of the University of Wyoming's world-class outdoor and environmental degree options. Energy and Environmental Systems students gain hands-on experience in environmental stewardship related to energy development.

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STUDENT SPOTLIGHT

Learn more about our students!

Students in the Energy and Environmental Systems program come from all walks of life with diverse backgrounds and interests. Learn about why some of our students chose to pursue a degree in Energy Resource Management and Development, what they have accomplished while at UW, and what plans they have for their futures!

Learn about possible career paths, recent graduate jobs, and graduate education opportunities.

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School of Energy Resources

Kami Danaei

Manager, Academic Advising

1000 E University Ave, Dept 3012

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: 307-766-6879

Fax: 307-766-6701

Email: kdanaei@uwyo.edu

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