See, I would have suspected as much, but I swung by the professor's office and it all seemed legit. So I'm cautiously optimistic about that one. I know a few other people double majoring in natural sciences and humanities. So it's not super crazy really, so long as you're not pre-med. Labs do take up a lot of time, but you can work around it. And environmental science is a broader and less technical degree than most engineering degrees, I would think. So I could probably get a Master's in environmental engineering after this, but I'm not really being trained for a specific job right now.