The Environmental Science B.S. curriculum was revised Fall Quarter 2018. All incoming freshmen from fall 2018 onward will follow this program. If you are unsure which program to follow or would like an assessment, please make an appointment with Royce.
- Program Requirements
- Degree Planner Spreadsheet
- Major Declaration Planner Spreadsheet
- UCLA Schedule of Classes
Our student handbook is a comprehensive, downloadable book to help you go from matriculation to graduation. It includes information about prep courses, major courses, the Senior Practicum, and all our minor/concentrations. In addition, we’ve included some advice about how to get into research, find internships, volunteer and study abroad opportunities; and getting involved on- and off-campus in environmental challenges.
NOTE: During the current coronavirus situation all appointments will be remote.
When you make an appointment on Calendly don’t forget to include your phone number.
You will receive a call at the appointment time. You may also reach IoES academic counseling at 310-206-9193. To cancel an appointment, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To join, simply create an account and join IoES “undergraduate advising.” Messages include useful information for undergrads and alumni alike, including information on courses, invitations to events on and off campus, internship and job opportunities, research and lab opportunities, volunteering, campus clubs, study abroad, and more!
If you’re already a Piazza user from one of your courses, you need only join the “class” to start getting messages. Piazza, allows you to tailor how often you receive email messages (we recommend the daily digest delivery), and keeps a complete, searchable archive of all messages that you can access on any device via the Piazza website.
Join the Environmental Science Facebook group exclusively for current students, alumni, and faculty! Keep in touch with classmates, network with alumni, and post useful and interesting messages for your peers.
Join the IoES LinkedIn group and network with alumni, faculty, and others in the environmental fields. It might help you get your next job!