S-Career & Curriculum Planning Seminar
This course will explore some of the career opportunities available to graduates of the Environmental Science major. Periodic guest speakers will present seminars about career opportunities in both private consulting and public agency sectors of the environmental arena. Students will investigate the various focus areas available within Environmental Science (e.g., policy and law, global change ecology, habitat restoration, environmental toxicology, natural resource inventory and assessment, hazardous waste remediation? etc.) with a goal of planning their upper-level elective course selections. Students will be introduced to a variety of minors, certificates, and double majoring opportunities that would add value to their undergraduate degrees. Time will be spent building an individualized curriculum plan to meet specific career goals and outcomes for each student.
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