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Phone: (949) 582-4624
Fax: (949) 347-9004
Environmental Studies Instructor
Lab Technician, Environ. Studies
Spring 2013 Class Schedule
Environmental Studies is an interdisciplinary program that provides students with an integrated and critical knowledge of the natural environment and the relationships and interactions humans have with it. The program provides students with the understanding that environmental challenges face every aspect of society, and it provides them with the skills needed to help solve these complex problems through cooperation and negotiation with the different and often competing stakeholders. The program combines classroom, laboratory and field study instruction giving students a well-rounded preparation in the field of environmental studies.
The curriculum in the Environmental Studies Associate Degree program is designed to provide the student the opportunity to achieve an Associate Degree. While a baccalaureate or a higher degree is recommended for those considering professional careers related to this field, earning the Associate Degree would demonstrate commitment to the major and may support attempts to gain entry-level employment.
U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Risk Assessment Scientist
County Parks Ranger
State Parks Ranger
Federal Parks Ranger
Ecological Restoration Technician
With further education and experience these types of employment opportunities may be available to you:
For more information contact Department Chair, Morgan Barrows, at (949) 582-4624 or email@example.com .
View the degree information in the College Catalog under Certificates and Degrees.