Curriculum for the Environment and Ecology
The Curriculum for the Environment and Ecology is a multidisciplinary degree program that seeks to foster an understanding and appreciation of ecological systems and future environmental problems. Our faculty members and students have backgrounds in diverse fields across campus. The Curriculum for the Environment and Ecology is committed to excellence in education in the classroom, laboratory, and field.
With the participation of faculty and students from many disciplines and departments, an emphasis is placed on interdisciplinary activities that consider the complexity of the environment and integrated approaches to problem identification and solution.
Through our environmental degrees (BA, BS) and ecology graduate program (MA, MS, PhD) our commitment is to educating students to improve understanding and seek innovative solutions to current and future problems facing the state of North Carolina, the nation, and the world.
CEE Diversity Statement
The Curriculum for Environment and Ecology broadly defines diversity for our faculty, staff, and students and embraces diversity as an ethical and social value. As part of our commitment to preparing our graduates for leadership in an increasingly multicultural and global society, we strive to support the University's diversity goals.