The Natural Resources & Environmental Science Pathway corresponds to numerous certificate programs and high demand career skills.
Courses in this Career Pathway expose students to the variety of diverse jobs that are available in the fields of natural resource management and environmental technology. People who work in the Environmental Service Systems pathway are involved in water and air pollution control, recycling, waste disposal and public health issues. Environmental engineers and technicians conduct hazardous-waste management studies, evaluate the significance of the hazard, offer analysis on treatment and containment, and develop regulations to prevent mishaps. They design municipal sewage and industrial wastewater systems. They analyze scientific data, research environmental projects and perform quality control checks.
High School Students will be required to get 2.5 credits from one specific pathway plus .5 from another pathway of their choice.
Class Credits Required:
- Intro to Natural Resources
- Environmental Science: Brownfields in Baker
- Technical Writing Workshop
The diversity of career options is nearly limitless. Careers in natural resource include areas such as education, technology, conservation, design, management, research, and planning.