I think it is a pretty safe bet. Most people don’t use their degrees when it comes to what they end up doing for a living. I know a friend who works for CalTrans (California Transportation) and he is currently working as a biologist to analyze the effects of road projects on native species, but he graduated with a degree in psychology and social behavior. He just had to shore up some biology and take the right tests, and combined with the right job experience they now have him as a member of their biology department. Civil engineering and environmental engineering are closer kin, so you probably won’t have too much of a hard time getting into the field.
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