Department of Biodiversity, Earth and Environmental Science
- Biodiversity Conservation
- Environmental Assessment
The Master of Science in Environmental Science is a multidisciplinary program focused on understanding and developing solutions for environmental problems. Students can focus their studies in areas such as ecology, biodiversity, conservation, environmental assessment or paleoecology-geology.
Students can pursue the Master’s degree in Environmental Science full-time or part-time. While the majority of students pursue a non-thesis option, a master's with thesis option is available. Students who pursue the master's with thesis complete their coursework requirements as well as an original research project mentored by a departmental faculty member. Students must be formally accepted into the research program of a faculty member to enroll in the master's with thesis program. In some instances, faculty members can act as co-mentors if students are able to perform master's thesis research in their place of employment.
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