Careers in Environmental Sciences
The Environmental Sciences curriculum at Berry College provides a unique opportunity for students to participate in an interdisciplinary major related to the environment. A flexible combination of courses exposes students majoring in environmental science to a broad spectrum of offerings that would otherwise be difficult to obtain in the more traditional science or social science programs.
The proposed interdisciplinary Environmental Science Major involves course work in Biology, Business/Economics, Chemistry, Math, Political Science, Sociology/Ethics, and Geology. The Environmental Science Major prepares students who plan to enhnace their training in the natural sciences, continue toward advanced training in one of the many specific fields in the environmental sciences, or seek employment in a variety of entry-level environmental careers:
||Ground and Surface Water Contamination
|Hazardous Waste Handling
||Pesticide use and Toxicology
|Chemical Waste Treatment
||Habitat Protection and Restoration
|Parks and Recreation
||Urban, Rural, and Regional Planning
||Renewable Resource use
|Corporate Environmental Management
|Federal and State Environmental Protection
|Federal and State Fish and Wildlife Service
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