Build a Sustainable Career with Environmental Science
We believe everyone should have access to a quality education. We believe that you should have the chance to succeed, no matter where you’ve been or where you plan to go.
Increased government and private investment in green technology combined with a growing awareness of environmental challenges make environmental science one of the fastest growing — and best paying — emerging career fields!
Goodwin College’s Environmental Studies bachelor’s and associate degrees and certificate programs provide technical training for jobs in this rapidly-growing field, while also focusing on the scientific aspects of environmental stewardship. Your classes will take you into the field to engage in research, gaining a comprehensive understanding of the factors that impact environmental health.
Over the past four decades, protection of the environment has grown rapidly to become a major sales-generating, job-creating industry. Graduates of this program are prepared to work in industries like education and health services, manufacturing, public administration, and other professional settings.
Environmental Science Career Opportunities Include:
- Assistant Energy Analyst
- Environmental Health Technician
- Field Monitoring Technician
- Laboratory Assistant
- Science Technician
- Water Treatment Plant Operator
- Water Distribution System Operator
Departmental Scholars Program
Students enrolled in three classes a semester (3/4 quarter time or full-time) and maintain a 3.0 G.P.A. are eligible for a 40% tuition remission.
Click for a detailed look at the complete curriculums for the Environmental Studies associate degree or Environmental Studies bachelor's degree program. Getting a great education means making an investment in your future; and our financial aid team is ready to work with you to make sure you find the aid you need to cover your college tuition.
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Goodwin College is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). Consumer information about the College and its programs, including gainful employment data, is available here.
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