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Environmental Science

Why Environmental Science?

  • Minimal Office Time --- Maximum Action Time, Doing Things for the Environment
  • Work with Air quality, Water quality, Hazard Mitigation, and other environmental concerns
  • Enjoy a career that is rewarding, exciting, challenging, and worthwhile

Possible Careers Choices

  • Pollution Remediation
  • Impact Assessment
  • Monitoring
  • Site Assessment
  • Investigation
  • Compliance
  • Regulation Enforcement

Opportunities

Opportunities are open in state and federal environmental regulatory agencies, private environmental firms, local governments, corporations, and industry.

For more information contact

Dr. Haydn Fox
Biological & Environmental Sciences
Texas A&M University-Commerce
Phone: 903-886-5442