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Natural Sciences Careers

Engineering 

Engineers contribute to public health by developing critical infrastructure necessary for community wellbeing; these developments impact environmental and urban sustainability, access to water, proper sanitation, adequate housing, and more in this multifaceted field. Additionally, biomedical engineers directly affect healthcare by developing tools that advance disease diagnostics and treatment. 

Career Possibilities

  • Water and Sanitation Engineers 
  • Biomedical Engineer 
  • Industrial Health and Safety Engineer 
  • Environmental Engineer 

Continuing Education

  • Master’s of Health Systems Management Engineering 
  • Master’s in Occupational Safety and Health Engineering 
  • Master’s in Environmental Engineering 
Medical Science 

Medical researchers enhance the treatment and diagnosis of disease through scientific research.  

Career Possibilities

  • Researcher 
  • Health Physicist 
  • Pharmacologist 
  • Medical Scientist 
  • Regulatory Official 
  • Chemist or Biochemist 
  • Biotechnologist  

Continuing Education

  • Master’s in Biotechnology
  • Master’s in Chemistry or Biochemistry
  • Master’s in Health Physics
  • Master’s in Pharmacology
  • MA or MS in Medical Sciences
Environmental Science 

The health of the planet and health of people are intrinsically linked. Environmental scientists work to reduce pollution and maintain the earth’s proper ecosystem through research, direct interventions, and policy advocacy. 

Career Possibilities

  • Biotechnologist 
  • Chemist / Biochemist  
  • Researcher 
  • Toxicologist 

Continuing Education

  • Master’s in Biotechnology 
  • Master’s in Chemistry or Biochemistry 
  • Master’s in Environmental Science
  • Master’s in Environmental Health
  • Master’s in Toxicology
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