Radek, what jobs can you get with an Entomology Degree? I’m wondering, what can I do with an Entomology Degree?
Many, if not most, jobs in entomology will require an advanced degree, and many people working in entomology simultaneously further their studies.
An undergraduate (bachelor’s) degree in entomology can lead to jobs in areas of applied entomology such as: agriculture, beekeeping, ecology, conservation, genetics, pest management, toxicology, and insecticidal chemistry.
Potential employers include: colleges and universities, FDA, chemical companies, biology labs, research facilities, and pest management companies.
Some who earn undergraduate degrees in entomology find it a good foundation for a medical career.
Careers you can get with a degree in Entomology include:
- Agronomist (may require advanced degree)
- Cooperative Extension Agent
- Entomologist (may require advanced degree)
- Field Scientist (may require advanced degree)
- Forensic Entomologist (may require advanced degree)
- Lab Technician
- Pest Control Technician
- Plant Scientist
- Professor / Assistant Professor (requires advanced degree)
- Research Scientist (requires advanced degree)
- Sales Representative
- Teacher (may require further study and/or certification)