I m considering a career as an environmental engineer...?
I want to know if it would be more beneficial to get a bachelor s or master s degree and why?
- KelliLv 64 years agoFavorite Answer
You have to earn a Bachelors before going on to the Master's. Earn your first degree and test the job market. If you get a job, work awhile. Some employers will help pay for graduate degrees. It's also beneficial to work in the field before going to grad school because you will have real life, not just text book, knowledge, and you'll have an idea what you would like to pursue research-wise.
- MamawidsomLv 74 years ago
Look at a job posting site like CareerBuilders or Monster and see what education requirements various "environmental engineer" jobs require. Generally speaking, a masters degree will afford the holder more advance opportunities associated with a higher end salary.
- ChucklesLv 74 years ago
A masters degree will make it easier for you to become a manager of other engineers. Overall, a person with a masters will make between 10% to 50% more n their lifetime than someone with just a bachelors.