By earning a degree in environmental science/studies, you’ll be part of an expanding and dynamic field full of challenging career opportunities. Degrees in this field are plentiful and vary depending on your area of interest. You can earn an associate, bachelor, master, and even a doctorate in environmental science/studies.
The level of education you want to pursue will determine the requirements for earning an environmental science/studies degree. There are four types of degrees: associate, bachelor, masters, and doctorate. Below are the basic requirements for obtaining each type of degree:
With an environmental science degree, you can to work in a variety of professions. Depending on your level of education and experience, you can work as a:
|BS - Environmental Policy and Management MS - Enviornmental Policy||Kaplan University — The Kaplan University Bachelor of Science in Environmental Policy and Management degree program provides for an interdisciplinary approach to environmental science. Courses study environmental issues and policies and examine relationships between public and private sectors. The MS in Environmental Policy dives deeper into the field, by questioning current trends in the industry.|
|BA - Environmental Studies MBA - Environmental Mgmt||Ashford University — The Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies at Ashford University explores cultural, social, and environmental issues at the local and global level. The Environmental Management MBA program features a greater emphasis on business management of environmental organizations. Ashford University is accredited by the WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC), 985 Atlantic Avenue, Suite 100, Alameda, CA 94501, 510-748-9001, wascsenior.org.|
|BSBA - Green & Sustainable Management||Liberty University — The Bachelor of Science in Green & Sustainable Management from Liberty University features a curriculum that reviews federal EPA and state environmental rules and regulations, explores environmental principles, and examines environmental protections. Courses study industrial waste, solid waste and hazardous waste management along with solutions for minimizing air, soil and water pollution.|
|MSM - Sustainable Mgmt||Walden University — The MSM in Sustainable Management from Walden University is a great degree for those venturing out into the green industry. Upon graduation, students will be able to utilize project management skills to achieve performance objectives, demonstrate a working knowledge and leadership of an array of renewable energy sources, and prepare sample bids and sample project development plans.|