Between the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences (IAS), and the School of Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics (STEM), UW Bothell offers degrees related to many different aspects of environmental sustainability. From field ecology, to conservation planning, to policy analysis, to geographic information systems, we have something for you here at UW Bothell.

Since 2003, 52 B.S. degrees have been granted in Environmental Science, with an additional 3 students having applied to graduate with this degree in Spring and Summer 2014. Since 2009-10 there has been a transition from a previous B.A. degree in Science, Technology and the Environment (STE) to a B.A. in Environmental Studies. Since 2003, 120 B.A. degrees in STE have been granted. A total of 78 degrees in Environmental Studies have been granted since Autumn 2009, with an additional 19 students scheduled to graduate in Spring and Summer 2014.

This short video showcases the Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, Environmental Science program. Learn more about this exciting degree from the faculty and students who make up the program!

Follow the links below to discover more about environmental sustainability related degree programs at UW Bothell.

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Quick Facts

  • UW Bothell has been herbicide-free since 2006
  • All campus lighting is high-efficient, 277 volt, with electronic ballasts.
  • Our campus uses only green cleaning products.
  • We have 58 acres of restored wetlands requiring 5,300 hours of labor to maintain.
  • We use Red Wrigglers worms to compost our garbage.
  • A computerized irrigation system saves water.
  • All HVAC and external lighting is controlled by automated systems.