Marina: I agree with Jeff. You might want to consider minor in Statistics. Statistics "focuses on theories and methods of data collection, tabulation, analysis, and interpretation." Having a strong knowledge in statistics definitely helps you become a better environmental biologist. At the same time, it may open additional doors (career paths) that's simply not available for a Major in Environmental Biology.
This professional recommends the following next steps:
- Look into the required courses for minor in statistics. Understand what statistics classes are applicable to your environmental biology major. Take statistics classes that satisfy both majors. Enjoy college!