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Graduates of our program are competitive on the job market and for entry to elite graduate programs in environmental studies (from natural science, social science, and humanities perspectives).
Our graduates who seek to continue their education have been accepted to programs at many schools, including:
Those that have entered the workforce have obtained competitive positions in job sectors that include business, scientific consulting, engineering, non-profit ecosystem conservation and research, state and federal environmental and resource management, and zoos and aquariums.
Environmental Studies majors have received several major scholarships and fellowships. These include the Morris K. Udall Undergraduate Scholarship, the Environmental Protection Agency Greater Research Opportunities Fellowships for Undergraduate Environmental Study, a scholarship from the Society of Women Environmental Professionals and a Garden Club of America Scholarship.