Students are encouraged to participate in experiential learning through credit-bearing internships and paid co-op opportunities. Seton Hall University is a member of the New Jersey Marine Sciences Consortium located in Sandy Hook, New Jersey. The consortium offers internships and competitive grants to support student research. A bachelor's degree in environmental studies provides an excellent foundation for graduate school in a wide variety of fields. Opportunities for continued studies include master's and Ph.D. degree programs in environmental studies, environmental science and natural resource management, public administration and policy studies, as well as post-graduate studies in law and business. Internship and career opportunities for those with a bachelor's degree in environmental studies include elementary school teacher, journalist, conservation officer, environmental consultant, natural resource surveyor, environmental economist, GIS specialist and policy analyst, among many others.