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Life After Linfield

Life after Linfield: what's next?

The expanding field of environmental studies provides a broad range of career opportunities for undergraduate majors.

Some can be entered with little more than a bachelor's degree. Others require additional experiential and/or post-undergraduate training. Others require master's or even doctoral level study.

For a more complete sense of the enormous possible career opportunities in environmental studies, consult with the Career Center library in Walker Hall.

Sample environmental studies careers:

  • Pollution prevention
  • Atmospheric scientists
  • Air quality engineers
  • Energy efficiency experts
  • Biodiversity researchers
  • Wildlife rehabilitation
  • Field biologist
  • Exotic animal nutritionist
  • Wildlife biologist
  • Aquatic environmental scientist
  • Hydrologist
  • Seismologist
  • Land use planner
  • Transportation planner

Looking for a Job?

If you are looking for a job related to environmental science or policy, begin your search at one of these websites. Some sites post job offers, while others offer career resources.