General Human Environmental Sciences

Why should I major in General Human Environmental Sciences?

Majors receive a broad knowledge in all areas of human environmental sciences. The general curriculum, with flexible elective hours, prepares graduates for careers in education, business, social services and Cooperative Extension, as well as advancement into graduate school.

What can I do with a degree in General Human Environmental Sciences?

There are multiple career options for an General Human Environmental Sciences graduate. This diverse industry allows graduates to pursue careers in fields that match their interests. 

  • Teaching
  • Social Services
  • Cooperative Extension
  • Sales

What does a General Human Environmental Sciences major study?

The course of study for General Human Environmental Sciences majors offers flexibility to take courses that help students reach their academic and professional goals.

Degree Plan Checksheet:

Semester-by-Semester Degree Plan:

To view degree plans prior to 2017-2018, see the General Human Environmental Sciences Degree Archives.

How can a General Human Environmental Sciences student be involved?

The School of Human Environmental Sciences and the University offer a variety of outlets for students to gain professional development experiences.

General Human Environmental Sciences student working with children at expo.

Quick Facts

Department:
School of Human Environmental Sciences

Average Starting Salary:
$36,000

Graduate School & Employment Placement Rate:
86%

Internship Required:
No

Commonly Paired Minors:
General Foods and Nutrition, Social Work, Human Development and Family Sciences, Education


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