The Bachelor of Science in Environmental Studies degree is interdisciplinary, incorporating studies and practical experience in the social sciences, humanities, and natural sciences. In obtaining this degree, graduates become well versed in holistic analysis of complex environmental problems and potential solutions, oral and written communication skills, and critical thinking. They go on to work in a variety of careers and occupations, with many pursuing advanced studies, either directly or after gaining work or internship experience. The following job titles suggest some of the many types of work that Environmental Studies graduates do:
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