Do you love the natural world and have a passion for environmental issues?
The Environmental Studies Associate in Arts curriculum studies the relationships of people and society within the natural world around them.
As new issues of environmental concern continue to arise, there is an ongoing need for qualified professionals in this interesting and challenging field.
The skills acquired through the environmental education program at Keystone College help graduates pursue meaningful and dedicated careers. Graduates of this program have entered such diverse fields as: pollution abatement, environmental consulting, and environmental protection.
Students who successfully complete all requirements in the two year program of environmental studies may continue at Keystone College and earn a bachelor of
science degree in environmental science.
Internships and Experiential Learning
Not all education happens in the classroom. Certain lessons can only be learned through direct hands-on experiences outside of the classroom with real world experiences in the field. Internships and other field experiences give students the opportunity to connect one-on-one with faculty, fellow students and other professionals. Students will acquire leadership and management skills, professional growth and personal fulfillment that can’t be gained in the classroom.
Our Successful Graduates
Keystone College graduates have secure positions with the following companies/agencies: Bureau of State Parks, Ducks Unlimited, Earhtbox, Inc., Garden Path, Inc., New Jersey State Parks, PA American Water Company, PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR), Pennsylvania Game Commission, Quantum Analytical & Environmental Laboratories, Sullivan County Conservation District, USDA Forest Service, US Fish and Wildlife Service, Validation Technologies, Inc., YSM Landscape Architects, pollution abatement companies, and consultation firms.
Real World Experience
From internships and experiential learning opportunities to travel and conferences, you’ll have many opportunities to conduct real-world experiences, work with your peers and mentors in your chosen field, and learn first-hand the latest skills to succeed in the real world.
Assistant Professor of Biology
Assistant Prof. of Biology, Program Director of Forensic Science, and Faculty Coord. for Undergraduate Research
Professor of Physical Science
Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Assistant Professor and Program Director of Pre-Professional Studies
Associate Professor of Public Health and Chair of Biological and Physical Sciences and Mathematics
Assistant Professor of Wildlife Biology and Program Director of Wildlife Biology and Environmental Studies