Huxley College of the Environment
|Huxley College of the Environment|
|Location||Bellingham, Washington, USA|
|Website||Huxley College of the Environment|
Huxley College of the Environment at Western Washington University is one of the oldest environmental colleges in the nation and a recognized leader in producing the next generation of environmental professionals and stewards. Huxley’s distinctive, interdisciplinary curriculum reflects a broad view of the physical, biological, social, and cultural world, and has earned international recognition for quality. The college is named after Thomas Henry Huxley, an English biologist who worked tirelessly to advance the place of science in British life.
Departments and Programs
- B.S. in Environmental Science
- B.A. in Environmental Studies, Environmental Policy, Geography, Environmental Education, and Urban Planning and Sustainable Development
- Combined degrees in Environmental Studies-Elementary Education (B.A.E.), Geography-Elementary Education (B.A.E.), Geography-Social Studies (B.A.), Business and Sustainability (B.A.), and Economics-Environmental Studies (B.A.)
- M.S. Environmental Science
- M.S in Geography
- M.S. in Environmental Science, Marine and Estuarine Science (MESP)
- M.Ed. in Environmental Education
Huxley College Alumni
More than 4,000 students have graduated from Huxley College. Many have become respected leaders in a a wide variety of fields in both the public and private sector—airport management, conservation, ecosystems analysis, environmental education, habitat biology, hazards mitigation, renewable energy innovation, urban planning, watershed management, wildlife biology, and more.
No matter what career path they have chosen, Huxley College alumni have one thing in common: a passion for conservation, whatever form it might take.