Environmental observation and informatics

Careers

What Do Our Graduates Do?

Job categories held by Environmental Observation and Informatics graduates:

  • 43% - Geospatial analysis
  • 21% - Research science
  • 21% - Data or software development
  • 7% - Communications
  • 7% - Business development

Our graduates find themselves in diverse and varied roles. Here are some job titles of our graduates:

  • GIS Specialist
  • Geospatial Hybrid Technician
  • GIS/Geospatial Technician
  • Software Engineer
  • Business Development Manager
  • Geospatial Application Engineer
  • Freeland Developer and Consultant
  • Physical Scientist

Where Do Our Graduates Work?

Percent of all Environmental Professional Program students in different sectors:

  • 41% - Government
  • 36% - NGO
  • 15% - Industry/private company
  • 7% - Academia
  • We have EOI graduates around the world! Here are some places they work:

    • We Energies - Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    • Mandli Communications – Fitchburg, Wisconsin
    • South Surveying & Mapping Technology Co. LTD – Guangzhou, China
    • Infosys – Los Angeles
    • Upstream Tech – Madison, Wisconsin
    • United States Forest Service – Seattle
    • United States Geological Survey – Helena, Montana
    • Dane County – Madison, Wisconsin
    • Global Fishing Watch