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If you enjoy working in the environment – and working for the environment – yet getting to your new dream green work environment is a bit challenging without going back to school, then why not go back to school the green way? Multiple online universities offer both traditional students and working adults the opportunity to earn their environmental four-year bachelor’s degree via distance education.
The benefit: You have no weekly commutes, no worries about being tardy, more time to actually dedicate to your assignments, and the opportunity to use less gas and paper – a very green way to embark on your new environmental job. Here are five universities that can help you to jumpstart your environmental job degree:
Here, you can choose to specialize in a variety of environmental job areas, including horticulture, fisheries, environmental policy and even applied ecology/resource management. Your degree will prepare you to solve environmental issues, manage the environment and predict changes in the environment. The school is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, and you will get the same diploma that campus students receive.
Here, you will master a variety of state and national environmental regulations at a pace that is designed for the working adult. You have the opportunity to still practice how to minimize water and air pollution as well as manage hazardous waste. The degree is ideal for people who wish to enter the career areas of environmental compliance and consulting. The Board of Certified Safety Professionals recognizes the university’s degrees, and the school is accredited by the Distance Education and Training Council.
Here, you will have the chance to learn how the environment, economics and society are interrelated. Learning about sustainability as well as solving environmental issues in various settings will prepare you for environmental jobs at nonprofit organizations, private sector businesses and government institutions. The Higher Learning Commission accredits the university.
Here, your courses will cover subjects such as geographic information systems, environmental planning and even today and tomorrow’s energy. You will be allowed to specialize in an area of interest, ranging from coastal ecology and wetlands to urban ecology. The school is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.
Here, you will explore issues and methods related to sustainability, focusing on areas such as international development, operations management, natural resource management and even marketing for a sustainable world. This is a suitable option for someone who wants to be in contemporary business management and help today’s businesses to balance the need to achieve profits with the need to be green. The school is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.
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