Career Paths

An environmental science degree can prepare students for a wide range of careers in industry, government, and education.  Many labor market experts predict that environmental industries will be a major source of new jobs in the next decade.

Sample Job Titles

  • Air/Water Quality Manager
  • Chemical Technician
  • Environmental Impact Analyst
  • Air Pollution Analyst
  • Conservation Agent
  • Public Health Educator
  • Research Assistant
  • Environmental Lawyer
  • EPA Analyst or Statistician
  • Environmental Engineer
  • Soil Scientist
  • Forest Scientist
  • Park Ranger
  • Ocean Technician
  • Environmental Educator
  • Hydrogeologist
  • Environmental Consultant
  • Planner
  • Toxicologist
  • Hazardous Waste Manager
  • Journalist


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Department of Environmental Science and Policy

Chair: Mary Ann McGarry

Boyd Science Center,
Room 211
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Phone: 603-535-3198
(Shaughn Bolton, Administrative Assistant)
Fax: 603-535-3180

Mailing Address:
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