Lawrentians can go on to pursue careers in climate modeling, sustainability, forestry, environmental engineering, water resource management, soil science, environmental chemistry, and terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems.
They can also earn advanced degrees in ecology, geosciences, agronomy, forestry, climate science, resource management, and environmental law.
Examples of recent employers
- Wisconsin Department of Agriculture
- Resource Conservation Alliance
- Frontier Society for Environmental Exploration
Examples of recent graduate programs
- Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs
- Duke University, Environmental Management
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