Numerous job opportunities exist for well-educated Environmental Studies majors.
Potential career choices include environmental law, public service, federal or state
government natural resource or regulatory agencies, environmental consulting, industrial
hygiene, elementary and secondary education, engineering, and technical support.
Positions in the fields of air quality, water quality, hydrogeology, geology, private
industry including waste management or remediation, forestry, environmental conservation
and restoration, and environmental citizen advocacy are possible with a strong preparation
in environmental studies. Students can also pursue graduate study in an environmentally
related field or in law. Some recent graduates and their careers (as of January