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Environmental Psychology

Environmental psychologists work to understand the relationship between people and the environments in which they live, work and play. Read on to learn more about environmental psychology careers and education options.

Inside Environmental Psychology

Environmental psychology examines the relationship between humans and their environments, both natural and man-made. Environmental psychologists search for ways to improve these interactions by creating positive relationships between people and places. The ability to solve problems and work effectively in a team environment is essential to a career in environmental psychology.

Education Information

Increased concern with global environmental issues has made environmental psychology a desirable degree. Degrees in environmental psychology are typically available at the graduate level. They are interdisciplinary by nature and incorporate aspects of psychology, sociology, urban studies and ecology. Program courses may include industrial psychology, social psychology, environmental science and urban planning.

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