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Environmental Chemistry

Program Description

Environmental Chemistry is the study of the presence and movement of chemicals in the air, soil, and water. Environmental chemists study how these chemicals, usually contaminants, affect the health of people, wildlife, and ecosystems. This concentration prepares students for future studies in the field or for positions in state or federal agencies as well as private enterprise. This degree is perfectly aligned with a Chemistry degree and students can easily earn a dual degree in Environmental Science and Chemistry for the same number of hours.             

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Biology Department
Auburn University at Montgomery
Goodwyn Hall 301

Program Overview

For a full review of this concentration in detail, please see our official online catalog AND consult with an academic advisor.