Uncover the deep interconnectedness of the world–and universe beyond.
As a student in Earth, Environment, and Physics at Worcester State University, you will gain a strong foundation in the environmental, physical and social sciences.
The Earth, Environment, and Physics program at Worcester State provides students with a critical understanding in a targeted focus area –including geoscience, geography, environmental science, physics and astronomy–through well-crafted internships and hands-on research alongside your professors. Students graduate prepared to succeed in graduate programs or the workforce, confronting the increasingly complex challenges of our world–and becoming part of the solution.
Why study Earth, Environment & Physics at Worcester State?
2 majors; 4 minors; 5 Geography concentrations
Field trips across Massachusetts
Gamma Theta Upsilon Honors Program
GIS and Earth Science Laboratories
Patch Reservoir Research Facility
- Climate Change
- Digital Mapping and Spatial Data Visualization
- Urban Geography
- Renewable Energy
- Sustainable Housing
- Atmospheric Sciences
- Marine Biology
- Green Chemistry
- Biodiversity and Conservation Biology
- Climate Change
- Invertebrate Zoology
- Canoe trips for water sampling
- Physics in Art
- Nuclear Science
- Energy Studies
- Using telescopes from our growing collection
See the diverse career paths that a degree in Earth, Environment & Physics can prepare you for.
Explore a wide range of rewarding professional opportunities with your Earth, Environment & Physics Degree from Worcester State.
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