The Nicholas School of the Environment cooperates with Trinity College to offer exciting educational opportunities to Duke undergraduates interested in the environment (from both a science and policy perspective), in earth sciences, ocean sciences, and natural history.
Interested in the interdisciplinary study of environmental issues?
A.B. in Environmental Sciences & Policy >
Do you want a scientific perspective on environmental issues?
B.S. in Environmental Sciences >
Interested in learning about the Earth, its atmosphere, the oceans, and natural history?
A.B. in Earth & Ocean Sciences >
Do you want to become an earth scientist or oceanographer?
B.S. in Earth & Ocean Sciences >
Learn more about how to declare an EOS or ENVIRON major.
In addition to these degrees, the Nicholas School offers all undergraduate students, no matter what their major, the opportunity to spend a semester or summer of study at the Duke University Marine Laboratory in Beaufort, N.C. to fulfill elective requirements.
Learn more about our degree programs by reading our mission and goals >