Forest Bioeconomy Sciences and Technology prepares graduates for a wide variety of jobs in the bioeconomy. With both the scientific and social science knowledge, graduates are well-positioned to take on technical and functional roles. For those interested in innovation and entrepreneurship, the growing bioeconomy provides many opportunities. The European Union predicts that by 2030, the bioeconomy could create up to 1 million jobs in the EU.

Today, a graduate of the BEST program would be well suited to job titles such as:

  • Manager of Sustainability
  • Climate Change Technical Specialist
  • Environmental Analyst
  • Project Manager
  • Emissions engineer
  • Carbon Assessment Specialist
  • Community Energy Specialist
  • Research and Design Manager
  • Energy engineer
  • Microbiologist
  • Plant Operator
  • Biochemist
  • Technology Development Advisor