What can I do with this degree?
A variety of career opportunities exist for Integrated Environmental Management (IEM) grads within the renewable energy, environmental, agricultural and biological resource industries. Rather be your own boss? Our program also prepares you to manage your own business.
IEM graduates also meet the formal educational requirements for membership in the Nova Scotia Institute of Agrologists, (PAg) which monitors professionals working in the agri-food industry. With a Bachelor of Science (Agriculture) in Integrated Environmental Management, you could find a position in a number of exciting sectors and industries.
- Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Advisor
- Sustainability Officer
- Project Manager
- Business Development Advisor
- Technical Representative
- Community Liaison officer
- Environmental Program Coordinator
- Waste Water Treatment Operator
- Agriculture, Transition
- Government Policy Analyst
Demand is growing for resource management professionals beyond the bachelor's level. Graduates of our Integrated Environmental Management program have pursued master’s or doctoral degrees to gain further experience in consulting, research and teaching in the environmental, agricultural and biological resource industries.
You may choose to further your studies by pursuing a Master of Science degree in one of the following areas:
- Agriculture Resource and Environmental Sciences
- Earth Sciences
Some other master's programs you may consider include:
- Master of Applied Science (MASc)
- Master of Environmental Studies (MES)
- Master of Resource and Environmental Management (MERM)