B.Sc in Environmental Science – Conservation and Restoration Ecology
The Environmental Science – Conservation and Restoration Ecology Pathway (CRE) at University of Washington Bothell links the study of conserving and maintaining ecological systems and their elements with the recovery of damaged ecosystems.
|Tuition Fee:||$36,519 per year|
At the Environmental Science – Conservation and Restoration Ecology Pathway (CRE) at University of Washington Bothell the combination of conservation and restoration creates a practical framework for managing natural resources and landscapes. Fundamental understandings of ecosystem components and processes are used to foster and sustain native species, ecological communities, and ecosystems.
“My goal is to create programs and robots that make human life easier and make our work efficient, especially in manufacturing industries. I’d like a robot to sort out daily life, organizing our office, cleaning our kitchen. Why couldn’t a robot do that for us?”
Fahad Alshehri // junior, computer science and software engineering