• Your coursework will take you out in the field to a number of CMU-owned sites, including nearby Viet's Woods and Neithercut Woodland, and the Biological Station on Beaver Island in the center of Lake Michigan. You will return samples of the environment to campus for laboratory analysis.

    Learn more about the Biological Station on Beaver Island HERE
  • You will bring your samples of the environment to campus for laboratory analysis using research-grade equipment that allows state-of-the-art techniques to be performed, including specific conductance, mass spectroscopy, chromatography, and electrophoresis.

    Learn more about our research facilities HERE
  • Study abroad in Hikone, Japan through the Japan Center for Michigan Universities summer program in Environment and Sustainability

    Learn about study abroad HERE