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Career Outlook for Physical Science Degree Graduates

The career outlook for those with a degree in some aspect of physical science is respectable; in particular scientists are in constant demand. Many graduates with a degree in physical science are employed by the government, while meteorologists are needed for the local news and NASA and geoscientists work for various entities and study the Earth's shifts, movements and areas such as thermodynamics. For those with an interest in Physical Science, there is an abundance of dynamic career options.

Physical Sciences Professions

Students with a degree or certificate in the physical sciences field of study may be qualified to enter the following career fields: geological data technician, geological engineering, nuclear project manager, research geophysicist, laser scientist, fuel cell scientist, nuclear equipment technician, and development petrophysicist.

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Southern New Hampshire University

Areas of study you may find at Southern New Hampshire University include:

Bachelors
  • BS in Geosciences concentration in Natural Resources & Conservation
  • BS Geosciences
  • BS in Geosciences concentration in Geospatial Technology
  • BA Anthropology w/conc in Environmental Sustainability
Masters
  • Economics, Natural Resources and Environmental Economics
 

Kaplan University

Areas of study you may find at Kaplan University include:

Bachelors
  • Environmental Policy and Management
Masters
  • Environmental Policy
 

Utica College

Areas of study you may find at Utica College include:

Doctorate
  • Transitional Doctorate of Physical Therapy
 

Penn Foster Career School

Areas of study you may find at Penn Foster Career School include:

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  • Wildlife/Forestry Conservation
 

Grand Canyon University

Areas of study you may find at Grand Canyon University include:

Bachelors
  • BS in Elementary Education: Science
 

Areas of study you may find at George Washington University include:

Physical Sciences
  • Chemistry
  • Natural Resource Conservation and Research
  • Physical and Environmental Sciences
  • Physics

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  • Doctorate
  • First-Professional Degree
  • Masters
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  • Post-Bachelor Degree Certificate
  • Post-Master's Certificate
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  • Associates
  • Bachelors
 
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Areas of study you may find at George Mason University include:

Physical Sciences
  • Chemistry
  • Physical and Environmental Sciences
  • Physics

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  • Doctorate
  • First-Professional Degree
  • Masters
Post-Degree Certificates
  • Post-Bachelor Degree Certificate
Undergrad
  • Bachelors
 
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Areas of study you may find at Howard University include:

Physical Sciences
  • Chemistry
  • Physical and Environmental Sciences
  • Physics

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  • Diploma Programs
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  • Doctorate
  • First-Professional Degree
  • Masters
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  • Post-Master's Certificate
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  • Bachelors
 
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Areas of study you may find at Georgetown University include:

Physical Sciences
  • Chemistry
  • Physics

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  • Coursework
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  • First-Professional Degree
  • Masters
Undergrad
  • Bachelors
 
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Areas of study you may find at Towson University include:

Physical Sciences
  • Chemistry
  • Physical and Environmental Sciences
  • Physics

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  • Masters
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  • Post-Bachelor Degree Certificate
  • Post-Master's Certificate
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  • Bachelors
 
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