Career Opportunities for Environmental Studies Majors
By nature, Liberal Arts majors make great employees in any field because of their ability to communicate effectively, think critically and solve complex problems. These timeless skills make them attractive to employers in all walks of society. Specifically though, Environmental Studies majors often pursue careers as:
- Environmental Consultant
- Environmental Education
- Environmental manager
- Natural Resource Manager
- Recycling industry
- Waste management
- Water quality scientist
- Environmental health practitioner
- Renewable Energy Development
- Town planner
- Wildlife & Fisheries Biologist
When the Environmental Studies major is matched with complementary minors and thoughtful internships, new possibilities arise.
- Environmental Studies + computer science = Environmental monitoring technology & data management
- Environmental Studies + business = Sustainability Coordinator
- Environmental Studies + English =Environmental Journalist
To find out more about careers for Environmental Studies Majors start with the Frequently Asked Questions section.
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