This study aims at determining the ethical attitudes of the undergraduates towards environment. The study was conducted over the undergraduates (n: 397) continuing their education at Marmara University in the spring period of 2015-2016. The data of participants has been collected by means of “Environment Ethics Scale”. The scale consists of “Anthropocentrism”, “Godcentrism”, “Envirocentrism”, “Egocentrism” and “Deep Ecologist” environmental sub-dimensions and Quintette Likert type 24 Articles in total. The Cronbach Alpha value of the scale is 0,76. The important result of the study is that gender is not a statistically significant variable on environmental attitude (p=0,535), and there is a significant difference among classes (p<0,001). Examining the condition of which class or classes gives or give rise to difference, it has been determined that there is statistical significance among all classes. The value p for all probable binary comparisons for all groups has been found to be <0,001. Namely, the lowest environmental ethic attitude is in the 1st grades, then in 2nd grades, then in 3rd grades and the highest one is in the 4th grades. As the level of education increases, it becomes evident that the environmental ethic attitudes increase in the positive way.
Ethic, Environmental Ethics, Environmentalism