The Masters of Science in Environmental Sciences (Thesis track) is designed to provide all students with a cross-disciplinary introduction to environmental science. Students are required to complete a Thesis project and all MS core course requirements which include taking one class in each of three categories: Environmental Chemistry/Soil and Water Science, Environmental Policy, Law & Economics, and Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies.
Earning the Bachelor of Arts in Political Science online gives students the skills and knowledge they need to pursue a career in law, politics or public service. Students will gain a strong background in law and policy, including legal writing, research and advocacy. A-State graduates of the political science campus program enjoy a 100% law school placement rate. If they choose to continue their education in public administration, they may have the opportunity to apply up to 9 credits from their undergraduate work toward their A-State Master of Public Administration online. Whichever path they choose, they will be prepared with a strong background in political theory, constitutional law and comparative politics.
The Environmental Sciences (undergraduate degree) is designed to provide students with a cross-disciplinary introduction to environmental science at the undergraduate level. Students get to learn the various aspects of environmental sciences under the tutelage of world class faculty members, teachers and mentors. The university’s state of the art facilities such as lab facilities ensure that the students get a firsthand learning experience from the degree.