One-stop shop for Indian students interested in overseas education Enroll at one of our trusted Uni partners from Australia, US, UK and other countries Call us free on
1 800 103 2581

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Chemistry St. Edward's University


Course info


The Bachelor of Science in Environmental Chemistry at St. Edward’s prepares you for careers that help solve critical environmental problems in such areas as climate change, energy, waste/recycling, air and water pollution, and environmental disasters. As a BS in Environmental Chemistry major, you will

  • Access state of-the-art instrumentation
  • Explore the effects chemical substances have on the earth’s ecosystems
  • Gain the skills to produce and present professional-level work
  • Learn to tackle environmental problems by addressing the underlying chemical processes that drive changes within the natural world
  • Prepare for graduate studies in chemistry or environmental science
  • Join a student-faculty research group for at least two semesters of research courses
  • Benefit from spacious, open-lab environments in the John Brooks Williams Natural Sciences Center
  • Building on your passion for the natural sciences, this program gives you extensive expertise in chemistry, as well as a general knowledge of environmental science.

Major Requirements: The Bachelor of Science in Environmental Chemistry requires 68 hours of major courses, which include a combination of environmental science, chemistry, philosophy, biology, math, and physics.

General Education Requirements: The degree requires 57 hours of general education courses that students complete over four years in addition to their major courses and electives.

A few examples of courses students in this major take:

Environmental Politics and Policy – Explore new demands worldwide for dealing with the risks of climate change, population growth, loss of biological diversity and terrorism, which will force governments everywhere to rethink policy strategies and find new ways to reconcile environmental and economic goals.

Thermodynamics and Kinetics – A rigorous consideration of thermodynamics, statistical mechanics and chemical kinetics.

Biochemistry – Survey of the fundamentals of biochemistry. Topics include structure of proteins, lipids and carbohydrates, catalysis, kinetics, bioenergetics and metabolism, and information pathways.

Course options

Here are the different ways in which you can study Bachelor of Science in Environmental Chemistry.

Full Time (4 years)

Tuition fees

$46,690.00 (34,22,349) per year


13 Jan


School of Natural Sciences

3001 South Congress,



78704, United States

Entry requirement for international students

Students in secondary college preparatory programs, students desiring to transfer from accredited colleges and universities, and students presenting the General Educational Development (GED) degree are eligible to apply for admission.

English proficiency: TOEFL 61 (iBT), 500 (pBT); IELTS - 5.0; IB Exam 5 (English Higher Level).

* Please check with your chosen school for the exact entry requirements for your programme.

Recommended courses for you

Users who have viewed this course, also viewed the below courses

Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry

University of Missouri - St. Louis

Online / Distance (4 years)

$17,982.00 (13,18,070)

STARTS - 22 Aug 2022, 23 Aug 2021, 18 Jan 2022

BS in Chemistry, Materials Chemistry Track

Texas A&M University

Full Time (4 years)

$37,890.00 (27,77,314)

STARTS - 13 Jan, 24 Aug

Want to study this course?

We can help you with your admission to St. Edward's University today.
Education counselor Gunjan Salujavm,
IDP Expert
Why we need the phone number?
- Our counsellors will get in touch with you using this number.
Why my country code is not displayed?
- Because, we offer counselling services only to the countries listed in the dropdown.
Preferred study level *
Select year
Select month


powered by Google
Google Rating
(Based on 500+ reviews)
Rated highest in student satisfaction amongst overseas education consultants in India.