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Environmental Scientists and Specialists, Including Health

Typical job duties performed with this occupation include:

TASK DUTIES
Develop methods to minimize the impact of production processes on the environment, based on the study and assessment of industrial production, environmental legislation, and physical, biological, and social environments.
Develop programs designed to obtain the most productive, non-damaging use of land.
Develop the technical portions of legal documents, administrative orders, or consent decrees.
Evaluate violations or problems discovered during inspections to determine appropriate regulatory actions or to provide advice on the development and prosecution of regulatory cases.
Investigate and report on accidents affecting the environment.
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*Note: Not all occupations will have a full list of Task Duties or associated programs

Training for this occupational program or those in a similar family of programs can be located at the following postsecondary institutions in the State of Kansas. Please check with a program advisor at the postsecondary institution for more information on the particular focus of each program listed. Programs nearest the local area appear first. Click on the program to find more information.

INSTITUTION NAME CITY INSTITUTION TYPE PROGRAM TITLE AWARDS HOURS
University of Kansas Lawrence Public ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES Bachelor Degree - BA 120
University of Kansas Lawrence Public ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES Bachelor Degree - BGS 120
University of Kansas Lawrence Public ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES Bachelor Degree - BS 120