Employment Resources and Professions Available to Ecosystem Health Graduates
Graduates can find work throughout Canada in a variety of fields: ecosystem management, resource inventory, and habitat protection. They can work in a field capacity gathering various quantitative data and doing surveys. They can also work in an office capacity collating data, preparing reports, and designing subsequent studies. Graduates can be employed with various environmental management agencies such as Parks Canada, Department of Fisheries and Oceans, or Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
In the private sector such as mining, forestry, or fisheries, ecosystem health graduates can work as independent consultants or work on various environmental impact assessments. They can also go into research in an academic setting, and take on the teaching of ecology courses at the post-secondary level.
A background in ecosystem health can also be used for further studies such as medicine, environmental law, veterinary science, or engineering.