Sunday, July 5, 2015

Southwestern College Left Navigation


The following list is a sample of the many career options available for the environment major. Most of these require a certificate or an associate degree, or a baccalaureat degree, and a few require a graduate-level degree:
  • field sampling technician
  • environmental scientist
  • hazardous materials specialist
  • pollution control technician
  • environmental investigator
  • water quality technician
  • air quality aide
  • recycling coordinator
  • environmental economist
  • environmental lawyer
  • environmental journalist
  • waste management specialist
  • vocational teacher
  • transportation planner
  • legislative researcher
  • emergency responder
  • site remediation specialist
  • hazardous materials manager
  • wastewater treatment operator
  • pollution prevention specialist
  • toxicologist
  • environmental regulator
  • environmental activist
  • occupational health and safety specialist