The Odum School of Ecology uses a multidisciplinary approach to provide an unparalleled experience to its undergraduate students. With either a major or minor in ecology, an education from the Odum School is a great start to an exciting range of careers from conservation to environmental law to academia.
Ecology, the study of organisms and their environment, is an interdisciplinary science. Ecologists work at the interface of basic science fields such as biology, geology, chemistry, and mathematics, and may draw more broadly on subjects such as economics, public policy, environmental law, anthropology, and geography.
Enhance your major with scientific training about the environment.
Ecologists trained in the life and natural sciences (including geology, chemistry, physics) have the scientific background to apply their skills to a variety of careers.
Development Director Lee Snelling maintains a spreadsheetof funding opportunities available to students and faculty in the Odum School of Ecology.
Find out about some of the Odum School's outstanding students, past and present.
Undergraduates at the Odum School are strongly encouraged to participate in research through a variety of avenues.
Students in the Odum School are strongly encouraged to participate in study abroad and summer field courses.
Regarded as one of the world’s foremost sites for the study of ecology, the Odum School places strong emphasis on providing outstanding academic advising to undergraduate students who elect to pursue a B.S. in Ecology.
The Ecology Club at the Odum School of Ecology connects undergraduate students to each other and their community. Frequent social gatherings, outdoor experiences, extended trips, and retreats as well as campus environmental advocacy and educational outreach have created a powerful force of change on UGA's campus.