The Ecosystem Science and Sustainability degree qualifies students within the Professional Ecology Series within the U.S. Federal Government. Employment opportunities may be found in consulting firms, government agencies, international development and resource management agencies, non-profit organizations, and private industry.
Examples of possible Ecosystem Science and Sustainability careers include:
Natural Resource Science Specialist
Agricultural Sustainability Advisor
Corporate Environmental Consultant
Ecosystem Sustainability Educator
Completion of the Watershed Science undergraduate degree qualifies students for a wide variety of careers in hydrology and water resources management. Graduates will have developed a strong knowledge of watershed science combined with a global perspective on sustainability, making them highly desirable to employers and well-qualified for a variety of careers listed below.
The Watershed Science degree also qualifies students within two professional hydrologist certifications.
- American Institute of Hydrology Professional Hydrology Certification
- U.S. Office of Personnel Management Hydrology Series Certification
Water Quality analyst
Watershed use specialist
Water Conservation specialist
WCNR Career Services publishes a WCNR Career Checklist and provides detailed guidelines on Job Searching and the Federal Government Job Internship and Application process. The office also maintains an extensive database of Resume Samples for students.
Make an appointment with the WCNR Career Services Liaison by contacting CSU Career Services.
The CSU Career Center provides extensive resources for all CSU students, including:
Ram Career Tools - personalized career resource search engine
Ram Career Ready - online career training available 24/7
Handshake - job postings for thousands of jobs and internship from over 4,000 employers seeking CSU students and alumni
Visit the CSU Career Center in the Lory Student Center, Room 120 on the Lower Level.