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The University of Minnesota is one of the few universities in the world to have a complete portfolio of academic programs, including basic sciences and engineering, agriculture and natural resources and social sciences and humanities, as well as a full suite of professional schools including Business, Journalism, Law, Medicine, Public Health, Public Policy, and Veterinary Medicine.
This unsurpassed breadth offers students the opportunity to study environmental issues across a range of disciplines and learn about the environmental challenges facing the world today and into the future.
Learn more about environmental degrees, student groups, funding sources, employment opportunities, internships and more by following the links below.
Visit the Extension Environment website for a variety of outreach opportunties.
Environmental majors at the University prepare students for successful careers or future graduate-level training.
The University has a wealth of environmental minors, including one of the nation's leading sustainability programs.
Numerous environmental graduate programs at the University are ranked among the best in the country.
Connect with more than 20 environment-focused student organizations at the University.
Research scholarships, fellowships and other funding opportunities for students.
Stay up-to-date on the latest environmental jobs and internships in Minnesota and beyond.