About the Program
Environmental Resource Management
This specialized environmental science program combines academic training with meaningful environmental experience. As a result, students gain meaningful insight into the economic, cultural, and political realities facing today's environmental science professionals. Keystone graduates acquire the skills and training necessary to enter a wide variety of environmental science professions.
Petroleum and Alternative Energy Sources
This is a specialized track within the Environmental Resource Management, Bachelor of Science Program that prepares students for careers in the rapidly emerging gas and oil extraction and alternative energy industries. Courses in petroleum, geology, resource economics, project management, and energy policy and law provide students with the necessary skills for attaining employment in this exciting field.
High Enrollment in Geoscience Programs
Enrollment in geoscience programs in the U.S. remained high in 2012-2013 according to The American Geosciences Institute (AGI). The current enrollment trend likely reflects the strong employment outlook for geosciences. Read the Full AGI Article