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BLS CATEGORY: Environmental Scientists and Specialists
JOB GROWTH: 5%
Bureau of Labor Statistics job growth for environmental scientists and specialists is projected to be as fast as average between 2021 and 2031.
“University of Phoenix gave me the opportunity I needed to realize that I have what it takes to rise to the challenge and excel at whatever I set my eyes on.”
—Sierra M. | BS in Environmental Science, 2020
1 This is a university-wide ratio. the College of General Studies student-faculty ratio may vary.
If you’re interested in learning how to think critically, creatively and analytically, a degree in liberal arts can establish a great foundation of knowledge for many career paths. Our liberal arts bachelor’s degree programs promote collaboration, communication and critical thinking – all of which are essential skills in today’s workplaces. Other benefits of a liberal arts education include gaining interdisciplinary knowledge, preparing for professions in diverse industries and developing a strong sense of social responsibility.
Yes. University of Phoenix is institutionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. Plus, all our courses are available 100% online. Where most colleges expect you to take several courses at once, here you take one course at a time over five weeks in an innovative, virtual, asynchronous learning environment. What’s more? Throughout the course of your learning experience, our academic counselors and finance advisors are always there to support and guide your decisions from your first day to your last.
Yes, our liberal arts bachelor’s degree programs accept eligible transfer credits from accredited institutions. Speak with an enrollment representative to start the process of evaluation by the University to see if your prior college credits can apply to your program and to request your transcripts.
The published program length to complete a bachelor’s degree in liberal arts is four years. Your time to completion could differ based on various factors, including any breaks from your coursework. There’s not a set timeframe to complete your degree, so you can work at your own flexible pace to graduate by satisfying the 120-credit requirement. You may be able to save time and money on your degree if you have eligible transfer credits from an institutionally accredited university or college.