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After Graduation

Career Opportunities, Graduate School

This flexible, yet rigorous major will prepare students to enter a variety of exciting career fields after graduation. Some examples of specific jobs one might pursue include work as an environmental consultant, government service in agencies such as the Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Forest Service, work for a non-profit organization such as the World Wildlife Fund or The Nature Conservancy, laboratory analysis of environmental pollutants, and environmental education.

Alternatively, students may chose to continue their education and earn advanced degrees by attending graduate or professional school in a number of more specialized programs including those in environmental law, engineering, scientific research, and economics.