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With this broad-based degree, students will be prepared to pursue a career in business, education, industry, government, and private political and consulting organizations. In addition, it will enable students to enter graduate school in a variety of fields including most sciences, resource management, engineering, law and public policy. Students are required to complete a core of courses that includes the natural sciences, social sciences and humanities. Each student is also required to complete a minor (support area).
Support areas that are strongly recommended for the ES major are: business and management, global studies, social sciences, biology, chemistry, and secondary education.