Radek, what jobs can you get with an Environmental Studies Degree? I’m wondering, what can I do with an Environmental Studies Degree?
A student who has earned a degree in environmental studies can go in many different directions. Potential employers include, but are certainly not limited to: developers, consulting firms, mining companies, non-profit organizations, engineering companies, ranches, farms, scientific foundations, and of course, the government.
Some environmental studies majors go into communications, as there is a growing need for people who can clearly communicate complicated environmental news to many different groups of people. Big companies, small businesses, and nonprofits all need spokespeople. Some of these spokespeople also become educators, not necessarily in schools, but in museums, parks, and within organizations that do go into schools.
And of course, many environmental studies students choose to go on to graduate school to further specialize.
Careers you can get with a degree in Environmental Studies include:
- Agroforestry Consultant
- Conservation Officer
- Conservation Planner
- Director of Environmental Services
- Environmental Air Monitor
- Environmental Consultant
- Environmental Coordinator
- Environmental Education Specialist
- Environmental Planner
- Forest Planner
- Natural Resource Manager
- Park Naturalist
- Public Affairs Specialist
- Refuge Manager
- Regulatory Compliance Specialist
- Water Conservation Specialist
- Wetlands Ecologist