Graduates of geography and environment will have a variety of career options. Among these are work with provincial, federal and international government agencies, non-government environmental and community-based organizations, and environmental consulting companies. As well, many businesses now incorporate environmental management and planning in their operations and will hire pragmatic-thinking graduates with environmental backgrounds.
Many of our graduates have pursued further education at the graduate and professional-school level. They found their education especially well recognized by schools of planning, geography, environmental studies, forestry, geographic information systems, business, education, public administration, and law. Read about what some of our graduates are doing at Life After Mount A .
Some sample careers:
- environmental planners
- urban and regional planners
- geographic information systems (GIS) specialist
- secondary and post-secondary teacher
- environmental law specialists
- policy researcher
- international development worker
Mount Allison University has a career services co-ordinator who offers a wide variety of services to students and to potential employers of students. Please visit the Career Services website.
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