This is an interdisciplinary, 3.0 Credit Program.
The Environmental Micro-Credential provides students the opportunity to develop knowledge and skills in the field of environmental science and help students stand out to colleges as masters of the topic. Students learn and apply a variety of ecological field methods, data collection and analysis, and utilize problem-solving and critical thinking skills when learning about environmental issues. Students who pursue the Environmental Micro-Credential will be required to complete a reflection on their experience before the final semester of their senior year.
- Environmental Science (1.0 credit)
- Blackstone River Project (1.0 credit)
- Advanced Placement Environmental Science (1.0 credit)