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.

Master of Science graduates are working around the country at consulting firms, state and federal agencies (NH Department of Environmental Services, US Geologic Survey, US Forest Service), non-profit watershed associations (Squam Lakes Association, Newfound Region Lake Association), land trusts, and others have continued their education in PhD programs.

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


Umbagog Graduate Position

Field Biologist

Aquatic Ecology

Squam Lake Summer Internships

PSU Student Job

SCEP Recruitment

Mfg – West Lebanon NH

Eco Systems Internship

Forest Service Opportunity

Field Biologist – Winni and Squam

TMCC Intern

Stream Team – Intern

Recruitment Notice

Fellowship Opportunity

Campground Program

STEP Recruitment

NYS Summer Jobs

Cedar Creek Summer Internships

Citizen Science & Healthy Beaches

Steward Network Internship








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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
(Deborah A. Healey, Administrative Assistant)
Fax: 603-535-3180

Mailing Address:
17 High Street
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