Florida State University is committed to advancing sustainability in all research and learning opportunities. Providing students with the knowledge they need to effect sustainable change, will help them enter a dynamic workforce with an essential, unique skill set. By enrolling in sustainability focused courses and analyzing problems through academic research, students can employ their sustainability education on campus and beyond.
Bachelors in Environment & Society
The new program explores how humans affect and are affected by changes in the natural environment. It combines courses from the social sciences and the sciences to investigate today’s pressing environmental issues, such as ecosystem management, climate change, natural resource conservation, food production, marine exploitation, urban sustainability, land use planning, severe storm mitigation, and environment health–including how those issues are debated, measured, evaluated and then formulated into public policy.
Environmental Science Degrees (BA & BS)
Environmental Science is the interdisciplinary study of environmental systems from a scientific perspective. Drawing principally from the areas of oceanography, geology, and meteorology, the Environmental Science program will prepare students in the broader area of geosciences and is an attractive option for students seeking a broader interdisciplinary major with the rigor of mathematics and the physical sciences at its core.
Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies major
The College of Social Science offers an interdisciplinary concentration in Environmental Studies that provides an in-depth understanding of the social and institutional context of contemporary environmental concerns. Contact the College of Social Science for more information.
Masters in Sustainable Energy
The FSU-FAMU College of Engineering Mechanical Engineering program offers an MS in Sustainable Energy.
Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science
Geology, Oceanography, Meteorology, Aquatic Environmental Science (MS & Professional MS)
The FSU College of Law offers student the option of concentration in Environmental and Land Use law. This program is ranked as 10th strongest in the nation.
Antarctic Marine Geology Research Facility
Biogeochemical Dynamics Program
Center for Advanced Power Systems (CAPS)
Center for Economic Forecasting and Analysis
Center for Ocean-Atmospheric Predictions Studies (COAPS)
Coastal & Marine Laboratory
Energy and Sustainability Center
Environmental and Land Use Law Program
Experimental Social Sciences Lab
Florida Climate Institute
Florida Energy Systems Consortium
FSU Department of Oceanography
FSU Department of Urban & Regional Planning
Institute for Energy Systems, Economics & Sustainability
Learning Systems Institute
Public Utility Research Center
Sky Community, Calhoun County
Sustainable Energy Science & Engineering Center\