Environmental Law or Environmental Policy

Degree Track:

If you are primarily interested in research, conservation, and natural resources, a B.A. in Environmental Studies will give you the knowledge and skills to pursue a career in those fields.

Types jobs you might pursue:

  • Environmental Policy Analyst
  • Water or Environmental Attorney
  • Community Organizer
  • Legislative Aid
  • Campaign Organizer

Internship or research opportunities to consider:

Extracurricular activities to consider:

Graduate school:

Consider a Master’s in Public Policy/Administration with environmental policy focus.

We recommend these faculty members for questions on this pathway:

Currently enrolled students, for more information please visit myGU.

DISCLAIMER: These resources are tools to help students and advisors consider options when planning an academic path in environmental studies, and are not intended to replace the definitive degree requirements listed in the Gonzaga University Catalog. If there are any discrepancies between these resources and the requirements listed in the catalog, the student should always defer to the catalog for the accurate, contractual listing of requirements between the student and Gonzaga University.