<p>I want to major in Environmental Science, but i saw in another post that there is not many job opportunities out there in that field. I was wondering if this is true, and if it is, what other related career option do you recommend? If it's not true, what universities do you recommend for Environmental Science?</p>

<p>Thank You!!</p>

<p>I believe the consensus is that for entry level jobs in the field...</p>

<p>A degree in environmental engineering is preferred.</p>

<p>Or a degree in Env Sci followed up by an MS.</p>

<p>There certainly are entry level jobs available for those with a BS in Env Sci, I think the problem may be that there are x number of jobs but lots of people are majoring in the field now, so you have 2x candidates.</p>

<p>Thank you so much!!
For a degree in environmental engineering what schools would you recommend?</p>

<p>In the Midwest I would look at the usual suspects...Wisconsin, Michigan, Minnesota, Illinois, Iowa, Northwestern, Wash U.</p>

<p>In general, any state flagship and good private that has a program will be perfectly adequate.</p>