Environmental Schools Offering Bachelor's Degrees in Florida

Florida Bachelor's Degree SchoolsOffered In
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Florida is a wonderful place to earn your environmental bachelor's degree. There are 21 schools offering environmental programs in Florida, and the best opportunity is offered by University of Florida. This school has an excellent environmental bachelor's degree program: five-star rating for curriculum and four-star rating for teaching.

Learn about all 21 environmental schools granting bachelor's degrees in Florida below or narrow your search by program or city in Florida.


Florida environmental bachelor's degree schools:

University of Florida - Environmental School Ranking
University of Florida

Gainesville, 5 bachelor's programs

University of South Florida - Environmental School Ranking
University of South Florida

Tampa, 2 bachelor's programs

The University of West Florida - Environmental School Ranking
The University of West Florida

Pensacola, 4 bachelor's programs

Florida Institute of Technology - Environmental School Ranking
Florida Institute of Technology

Melbourne, 5 bachelor's programs

University of Miami - Environmental School Ranking
University of Miami

Coral Gables, 3 bachelor's programs

University of Central Florida - Environmental School Ranking
University of Central Florida

Orlando, 1 bachelor's program

Nova Southeastern University - Environmental School Ranking
Nova Southeastern University

Fort Lauderdale, 2 bachelor's programs

Florida State University - Environmental School Ranking
Florida State University

Tallahassee, 1 bachelor's program

Embry Riddle Aeronautical University Daytona Beach - Environmental School Ranking
Embry Riddle Aeronautical University Daytona Beach

Daytona Beach, 1 bachelor's program

Florida Gulf Coast University - Environmental School Ranking
Florida Gulf Coast University

Fort Myers, 3 bachelor's programs

Florida International University - Environmental School Ranking
Florida International University

Miami, 3 bachelor's programs

Rollins College - Environmental School Ranking
Rollins College

Winter Park, 3 bachelor's programs

Jacksonville University - Environmental School Ranking
Jacksonville University

Jacksonville, 4 bachelor's programs

Stetson University - Environmental School Ranking
Stetson University

DeLand, 2 bachelor's programs

St. Thomas University - Environmental School Ranking
St. Thomas University

Miami Gardens, 2 bachelor's programs

Eckerd College - Environmental School Ranking
Eckerd College

Saint Petersburg, 8 bachelor's programs

The University of Tampa - Environmental School Ranking
The University of Tampa

Tampa, 3 bachelor's programs

Florida Southern College - Environmental School Ranking
Florida Southern College

Lakeland, 2 bachelor's programs

Saint Leo University - Environmental School Ranking
Saint Leo University

Saint Leo, 2 bachelor's programs

Florida Memorial University - Environmental School Ranking
Florida Memorial University

Miami Gardens, 1 bachelor's program

Barry University - Environmental School Ranking
Barry University

Miami, 1 bachelor's program



Florida environmental bachelor's degrees by major:

Environmental Science: 18 schools
Ecology Studies: 1 school
Environmental Engineering: 5 schools
Oceanography and Hydrology: 10 schools
Earth Sciences: 1 school
Wildlife and Wildlands: 1 school
Sustainability Studies: 3 schools

Florida environmental bachelor's degrees by city:

Coral Gables: 1 school
Daytona Beach: 1 school
DeLand: 1 school
Fort Lauderdale: 1 school
Fort Myers: 1 school
Gainesville: 1 school
Jacksonville: 1 school
Lakeland: 1 school
Melbourne: 1 school
Miami: 2 schools
Miami Gardens: 2 schools
Orlando: 1 school
Pensacola: 1 school
Saint Leo: 1 school
Saint Petersburg: 1 school
Tallahassee: 1 school
Tampa: 2 schools
Winter Park: 1 school

Other environmental diplomas in FL:

Certificates: 5 schools
Associate's Degrees: 9 schools
Master's Degrees: 13 schools
Doctoral Degrees: 9 schools

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