Meredith’s environmental sustainability major is an interdisciplinary program focused on three foundations: natural and mathematical sciences, social sciences, and economics and communication.
Approximately 10% of new jobs by 2038 will be “green” careers, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Examples of these new careers include: carbon broker, sustainability coordinator, environmental educator and ecotour guide.
At Meredith, you can tailor an environmental sustainability program that fits your professional career interests, by choosing from select liberal arts courses, such as environmental politics, ethics, and economics, in addition to science and math classes, and participating in a research or internship experience. As a result, you’ll be prepared for a wide array of career options. And, you’ll engage in your studies within a campus environment that is focused on issues of sustainability.
Meredith College's environmental sustainability major prepares students for the wide variety of careers in the growing green job market through its interdisciplinary nature and emphasis on practical, hands-on experience.
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