A degree from Hiram will allow you to explore environmental and natural sciences, while developing the critical thinking and creative problem-solving skills employers value. This program will guide you in learning to integrate information from various fields, confront diverse or conflicting perspectives and use your knowledge to solve real problems.
Hiram College is proud to partner with Lorain County Community College to bring Bachelor of Arts degrees in accounting and financial management and integrated environmental studies to community college campuses.
To earn a bachelor’s degree at Hiram College, students must complete 120 semester hours of credits: a combination of required major coursework, general education coursework and electives.
Students entering Hiram’s IEST program must have completed or be in the process of completing one of the following LCCC degree programs, which becomes their Area of Concentration within the IEST major:
For information about coursework click here.
For more information contact:
Program Counselor, LCCC
University Center Building, room 110D