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What to Do With an Environmental Science Degree (U.S. News & World Report)

March 2, 2020

Small plant in soil.

Dr. Brian Snyder, LSU assistant professor of environmental sciences, was recently quoted in an online article for U.S. News & World Report titled What to Do With an Environmental Science Degree by Ilana Kowarski.

He describes the study as "the science of the human interaction with the natural world." Earning a degree in environmental science can help you shape the future of our planet, and earning a master’s degree can give you an edge over others in your field to help you get the job you want or advance further in your current career.

Read the full article here.