Environmental Studies Program
The Environmental Studies program at CU Boulder is an interdisciplinary hub for collaboration in the environmental and sustainability fields.
Meeting the environmental challenges of the 21st century requires research, education, and training that spans traditional disciplinary boundaries. The Environmental Studies Program provides unique training that equips students with the knowledge and skills needed to confront complex problems affecting social-environmental systems. The program is flexibly structured, giving students the opportunity to pursue diverse areas of interest, especially those that do not fall neatly within disciplinary boundaries. Environmental Studies graduates pursue diverse career paths, including positions in academia, government, education, environmental consulting, natural resource management, and those within the private sector.
The Masters of Science degree allows students to continue their academic training and conduct research and coursework in a wide range of areas important to the environment and sustainability. Students complete an original research-based thesis. Students also have the option of pursuing a dual degree program with law or business.
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