The University of Winnipeg
Course Calendar 2012 - 2013
Course Calendar DESS 2012 - 2013
Eco Canada
Environment Canada
Environmental Careers
Nature Jobs
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DESS graduates have found successful employment in a wide range of fields.

These include the following:

  • ecology
  • parks management
  • Geographic Information Systems land evaluation
  • trace contaminant and hazardous waste management
  • environmental education, and
  • global environment issues.

The primary employers are as follows:

  • private consultants
  • multinationals
  • government departments
  • crown corporations, and
  • environmental non-governmental organizations.

There continues to be growth in environmental job markets. The Environmental Careers Organization (ECO) Canada projects 16% growth over the next five years, in contrast to 8% growth in the overall Canadian job market. Specific areas of growth are environmental education and water security and protection.

2013 Careers Exposition

University of Winnipeg - Career Services

Taking the BA program?

Here are some potential Careers ...

  • Community Coordinator
  • Ecotourism Operator
  • Environmental Communications Officer
  • Environmental Educator
  • Environmental Manager
  • Environmental Marketing Specialist
  • Environmental Reporter
  • Environmental Technical Salesperson
  • Environmental Training Specialist
  • Naturalist
  • Park Interpreter
  • Policy Analyist

Taking the BSc program?

Here are some potential Careers ...

  • Conservation Officer
  • Ecologist
  • Environmental Consultant
  • Environmental Protection Officer
  • Environmental Quality Specialist
  • Environmental Scientist
  • Forest Ecologist
  • Forest Conservationist
  • Forest Manager
  • Forest Technician
  • Hazardous Waste Specialist
  • Hydrologist
  • Land Developer
  • Land UseSpecialist
  • Resource Analyst
  • Soil Scientist
  • Water Resource Specialist