What can you do with a bachelor’s degree in sustainability and regeneration?


If you have a strong desire to help make the world a greener, more environmentally responsible place, the good news is that jobs in this area are already plentiful, and are expected to grow as environmental and social conditions demand increasingly innovative approaches to human needs.

In the long term, our entire physical and mechanical infrastructure will require a sustainability makeover. Some of that transition is already underway, with well–paying jobs available in existing entities in the public, private and nonprofit sectors.

Individuals with sustainability-oriented skills are employed in these and other existing fields:

  • Agriculture
  • Architecture and Design
  • Business
  • Green Chemistry
  • Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering
  • Conservation
  • Energy
  • Finance
  • Healthcare
  • Manufacturing
  • Rural and Urban Planning
  • Social Services
  • Telecommunications
  • Waste Management

Looking ahead, new sectors are expected to open up, requiring visionary thinking, technical acumen, creative leadership and agile managerial skills to drive innovation and produce tangible results. Some of these positions haven't even been invented yet, as needs are still emerging.

Whatever your focus, you'll find the marketplace ready to welcome your skills and expertise.