Environmental and Conservation Sciences - PhD
North Dakota State University
Fargo, North Dakota
Department of Biological Sciences
- Conservation Biology
- Environmental Science
- Environmental Social Science
The graduate program leading to an M.S. or a Ph.D. in Environmental and Conservation Sciences (ECS) rests on an integrative curriculum and a multidisciplinary team approach. The program emphasizes the common ground shared by all sciences, and seeks to bridge methodological and philosophical boundaries that might hinder interdisciplinary communication and cooperation.
ECS builds on established research strengths across several colleges and provides a collaborative framework to integrate research and education across disciplines to resolve complex environmental issues facing North Dakota, our nation and the international community in the new century. The ECS graduate program comprises an integrative curriculum that emphasizes the common ground shared by all sciences. There are 3 tracks: Conservation Biology, Environmental Science and Environmental Social Science.
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