Division of Environmental Science
- Coupled Natural and Human Systems
- Ecosystem Restoration
- Environmental and Community Land Planning
- Environmental Monitoring and Modeling
- Human Dimensions of the Environment
- Water and Wetland Resource Studies
The graduate program in environmental science (GPES), uniquely designed to address environmental issues from an interdisciplinary perspective, offers M.P.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees. GPES draws upon faculty from multiple departments to emphasize a balanced social and natural science approach to environmental understanding and stewardship.
GPES maintains a strong academic orientation, facilitating student and faculty engagement of fundamental environmental challenges such as resource utilization and sustainability, the uses and limits of scientific prediction, risk and sustainability, the uses and limits of scientific prediction and risk analysis, and a holistic concern for the health of the environment.
The Master's Degree is designed as a two-year experience. The minimum total credits for the degree is 30.
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