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Academic Programs

Environmental Science and Studies

Consistent with the College’s mission, the Environmental Science and Studies (ESS) Program at Spelman recognizes the global changes and responses for attaining a more sustainable environment.

The Program seeks to create a learning environment in which our students can better understand these changes and be given a greater voice in planning for conservation through an interdisciplinary environmental science curriculum that is designed to enhance scientific inquiry and to strengthen scientific competence. Download the ESS Brochure

Goals

The ESS Program aims to prepare students for graduate studies and provide opportunities for careers in environmental sciences, natural sciences, public health, and medicine.

Objectives

Through the course sequence in ESS, students will be able to:

  • Recognize major concepts in environmental sciences understanding of the environment;
  • Develop analytical skills, critical thinking, and demonstrate problem-solving skills using scientific techniques;
  • Demonstrate the knowledge and training for entering graduate or professional school, or the job market.

Environmental Science and Studies Program Faculty

  • Victor Madu Ibeanusi, Ph.D., Professor and Chair
  • Terezinha Cássia de Brito Galvão, Ph.D.,
    Associate Professor
  • Yassin A. Jeilani, Ph.D., Laboratory Manager
  • Shannon Belle, Laboratory Assistant
  • Na’Taki Osborne Jelks, Instructor
  • Alisa Holley Young, Instructor
  • Teresa Abak, Program Assistant
  • Yvonne Prabhu, Administrative Assistant

Requirements

For Major | For Minor | Course Descriptions |
Suggested Sequence
| Research Opportunities | Careers

 
 

Environmental Science and Studies

Science Center, Room 333
350 Spelman Lane
Atlanta, GA 30314

Tel: 404-270-5867
or 404-270-5866

Fax: 404-270-5869

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Faculty

Requirements
For Major
For Minor

Course Descriptions

Suggested Sequence

Research Opportunities

Careers

Environmental Task Force