September 19, 2017

We tip our hats to those who work to protect our earth. 

When the “End of Summer” sales start to hit your inbox, this much is certain: early ‘90s jeans have made an unfortunate comeback. Also, temperatures won’t stay warm much longer. If you haven’t already, it’s time to enjoy the outdoors before the chilly air comes breezing in.

For some, however, nature isn’t merely a temporary excursion to beaches and BBQs when the weather is just right. It’s a workplace. It’s a sanctuary to be studied, understood and conserved for all to enjoy.

Environmental biologists and people who work for environmental organizations devote their careers to studying ecosystems and gauging the impact humans have on the environment. Their work is critical to protecting our wildlife and maintaining the fragile balance between humans and nature.

If you’ve dedicated your life’s work to the environment, or you’re considering such a move, first off, we thank you. We at Regis University promise to think of you every time we liberally apply sunscreen to our noses.

Our Master’s Program in Environmental Biology is the perfect way to prepare for a leadership role. Let Colorado be your classroom, with hands-on fieldwork guiding you to the kind of experience employers are looking for. Better yet, it only takes 10 months to complete.

With this degree as part of your gear, you’ll continue acting as protector of our nation’s parks, lakes and streams as you prepare to take your career to the next level. Starting is as easy as filling out your application or getting in touch with one of our friendly admissions counselors