Master of Science
(37 Credit Hours)
This interdisciplinary program will prepare you for the challenges of a career in the environmental field. As a student of environmental policy, you’ll focus on the development and implementation of public policy responses to environmental issues, especially the economic, political and social factors that are an intrinsic part of the policymaking process. If you are more interested in the science behind policy issues, you’ll acquire a solid foundation based on the ways information should be used to assess environmental and societal risk and the relevant policies. Coursework is in environmental science and policy as is the laboratory work and field research.
- Official transcripts from all academic institutions
- Official GRE scores; official TOEFL scores if your primary language is not English
- Minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.0
- Previous coursework in biology, chemistry and statistics
- Three letters of recommendation • Written goals
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Fall priority deadline for completed applications: March 15 (This deadline is for those students seeking scholarships and assistantships.)
Fall deadline for all other completed applications: July 1