Jess & Mildred Fisher College of Science and Mathematics

Environmental Science (M.S.)

The graduate program in environmental science is an interdisciplinary program with core courses taught by biologists, geologists and chemists. The program focuses on the most pressing environmental issues and problems currently faced by metropolitan areas. The program is targeted to individuals currently working in the environmental field who are looking to enter the environmental work force and educators seeking to expand their knowledge of environmental sciences in metropolitan areas so they can teach the specialty. Evening courses are ideal for working professionals.

Four areas of concentration were developed within the program, based on workforce needs identified by regional environmental professionals. Select the link to read more about each concentration:

The graduate handbook describes the policies and procedures pertaining to the M.S. degree and graduate certificate in Environmental Science.


David Ownby
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