What kind of job can you get with a degree in environmental science?
well you can become a scientist
Depending on the job you were seeking, in the field of science, you would need to have a science degree. You can have an Associate of Science, a Bachelor of Science, or a Master in Science degree. These degrees each have numerous fields, and you would need to go for the degree that matches the job you want.
In order to be a game warden in new jersey, a potential candidate must have a 4 year degree in some kind of environmental based degree ie. wildlife biology, biological science or ecology degree. Also one year of experience in either wildlife related work or law enforcement. Job openings are posted on NJDOP website.
You could be an enviromentalist or help out in that area. There are several career choices in the environmental science including ecology, biology soil science and physics. You would have your choice of jobs after studying environmental science. you can do research or aid politicians in bills, possibly lobbying I would recommend you go for a Masters or a PhD. However, first try to find a job about it and see if you really like…
If I went to a community college and got an associate's degree in applied science without going on what kind of job could i get?
Whatcare the job apportunities after getting degree in animal husbandry and dairy science Nd how much package will they give to me?
What is the difference between an associates in science degree and an associates in applied science degree in nursing?
An Associates in Science degree is a more general education degree, including more humanities and general sciences. An Associate in Applied Science, nursing or otherwise, is a more targeted degree for that profession. A "regular" associates degree is more transferrable to a Bachelor's degree and more all-purpose (can be applied to several jobs but in a general way), whereas an "applied" degree is more likely to get you a specific job (but no other job).