A good training in the basic disciplines allows the graduate in Natural and Environmental Sciences to face the naturalistic and environmental themes with scientific method.
At the end of the course the student will also have acquired: -a adequate naturalistic preparation in the fields of Earth and Life Sciences; - knowledge of the fundamentals of environmental management.
The acquisition of these skills will enable him to:
- deal with the analysis of complex naturalistic and environmental problems
- carry out sampling and measures, to support professional studies and public and private research centers
-collaborate with other professionals in the public administration (ARPA, Provinces, ASL, Regions, Parks, etc.) in naturalistic-environmental activities.
The possibilities of employment of the graduate in Natural and Environmental Sciences are in different areas such as:
- Administrations responsible for the planning and management of natural resources and for the management, conservation and dissemination of naturalistic and cultural heritage (Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of the Environment, homonymous regional, provincial and municipal councils, Mountain Communities, Protected Areas, Museums, Botanical Gardens and Herbariums).
- Public and private social and health structures and multidisciplinary professional studies engaged in the fields of organization and coordination of environmental monitoring, remediation of contaminated sites, formulation of protocols for environmental and quality certification, control of disposal and treatment of MSW, urban and industrial liquid effluents and special and toxic waste, for the preparation of multimedia systems for communication and environmental information.
Possible professional outlets:
-Technics of environmental control: competent analyst in the acquisition and processing of environmental data.
-Guide and naturalistic guides