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Should I pick Environmental Science?

Postby breckjensen » Sat Dec 23, 2017 4:48 am


Animals have always been my passion and originally I wanted to do a zoology degree, however I was informed that it's one of the least employable jobs so I decided to choose environmental science.

I think the most important thing to consider is whether you'd actually find the topics covered in environmental science interesting.

The course content in an environmental science degree is obviously very different to zoology, and you'll be studying environment-related topics for the majority of the time.

You could however use a degree in environmental science to get into jobs in wildlife conservation or ecology .

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Re: Should I pick Environmental Science?

Postby alvinaash » Mon Jan 08, 2018 1:11 am

I assume the most vital aspect to consider is whether or not you'll without a doubt discover the topics protected in environmental technology exciting.
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Re: Should I pick Environmental Science?

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