Art and Environment

The Associate of Science in Art and Environment prepares students to enter professional practice in the Arts and Sciences. This program integrates environmental studies and sciences, studio and applied arts. Students have an opportunity to learn about Art, Environment, and Sustainability through the unique landscape, culture and biodiversity offered in Andros, Bahamas.

Through this lens, graduates will be able to make authentic and meaningful contributions to Arts and Sciences. Graduates are prepared for careers in Fine Arts, Education, Activism, Forestry, Land use, Environmental sustainability and Conservation.

Vision & Mission: 

The Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Institute’s department of Environmental science is home to the A.S in Environmental Science and the A.S in Art and Environment. We strive to be a regional partner and national leader in environmental science through education and research related to environmental evaluation, management, remediation and restoration.

The department of Environmental Science is committed to BAMSI’s mission to prepare students for successful careers with a focus on environmental stewardship, leadership, research and outreach and community engagement. Through first-class education, cutting edge technology and technical training in the Arts & Sciences.

Opportunities/ About:

For those passionate to study a program that touches and explore many of the big challenges we face in the world today, the Environmental Science Degree program is a great place to begin. Environmental Science is a collection of several fields ranging from physical, biological and chemical processes that occur in the marine environment and on Earth, to political, social and cultural elements that influence and shape our environment.

Through our explorative hands-on learning, you will engage in rigorous environmental issues that concern us locally and tap into what is happening on a global scale. We dive into some of the most controversial topics such as global warming and climate change, to more interpersonal matters, such as cultural norms and lifestyles. Being out in the field is the best classroom! This is where we develop field skills, critical thinking, learning how to solve problems and becoming more exposed to the multidisciplinary fields in Environmental Science.

This Environmental Science Degree program can lead you in the field of:
  • Policies/Politics
  • Environmental Management
  • Environmental Scientist/Biologist
  • Environmental Consultant
  • Nature Conservancy
  • Engineering
  • Environmental Education
  • Ecologist
  • Geographer
  • Meteorologist

And so much more! The entire World is moving on a trend towards environmental sustainability. So we are in the moment where people in this degree field are needed to continue to guide a new sustainable form of development.

 

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