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Grow your skills wherever-whenever-it's convenient, and finish your degree quickly with MSU's accelerated program structure.

What sets Mountain State University apart is the depth of the available online learning environment: As an MSU Online student, you'll find that your education extends far beyond the virtual classroom walls. MSU Online programs cover a broad range of academic disciplines. The purpose of each is to prepare our students for professional success. Because of its dedication to making your online student experience as rich and convenient as possible, MSU Online has built a learning environment that will give you the skills that pave the way for long-term career growth and personal satisfaction.

Environmental Sustainability:

 
Sciences
The B.S. program in environmental sustainability approaches the study of natural resources management, energy consumption practices, and land use planning in a way that reduces adverse environmental effects for the long term, prevents pollution, and focuses on long term stewardship of natural resources including soil, water, forests, and minerals. This multidisciplinary degree combines theoretical knowledge and hands-on experience in areas such as environmental and ecological sciences, chemistry and physics, natural resource sustainable management, and economics.

Students are prepared in all areas related to environmental sustainability applications in water, soil, agricultural, and urban settings. Graduates are qualified for government and private-sector positions involving research, development, and implementation of sustainable and green technologies as well as for academic and research positions.

Mountain State University Beckley, WV
Mountain State University
609 South Kanawha Street
Beckley, WV 25801
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