Geography & Environmental Studies
Geography is designed to provide a broad-based background for students planning careers in public service or advanced study in geography.
Geography - Social Sciences is designed to enroll in an interdisciplinary and integrated program of study through a combination of courses.
Environmental Studies - Policy is designed to prepare students for employment or graduate work in policy-related aspects of the environment, so that graduates can contribute to the formulation of public and corporate policies for the restoration and preservation of ecosystems.
Environmental Studies - Science is designed to prepare students for employment or graduate work in science-related aspects of the environment, so that graduates can contribute to the understanding, restoration, and preservation of habitats and ecosystems. To study biology of plants and animals, population biology, geomorphology, aquatic and terrestrial chemistry, atmospheric chemistry, and environmental monitoring.
Aerial Photo Interpreter
Agricultural Extension Agent
Air/Water Quality Control Manager
Geographic Area Specialist
Geographic Information Systems
Coastal Zone Manager
Outdoor Trip Leader
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Appalachian Sustainable Development
Aquatic Wildlife Conservation Center
Big Ridge State Park
Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ)
Ecological Energy Systems
Hapco Aluminum Pole Products
Holston River Soil and Water Conservation District
Mount Rogers Planning District Commission
Natural Resources Conservation Service
Smyth County Government
Town of Abingdon, VA
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Upper Tennessee River Round Table
USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service
Virginia Department of Environmental Quality
Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries
Virginia Outdoor Foundation
Wolf Hills Brewing Company