Department of Ecosystem Science and Management
The Department of Ecosystem Science and Management integrates rangeland ecology and watershed management, soil science, and entomology. Our students' education is enhanced by learning not only of their discipline but also how their discipline relates to others. Our research increasingly tackles the information gaps that are at the frontiers of science and management that lie in the connection between disciplines.
The Department offers MS and PhD degrees in Entomology.
Entomology graduate students in the Department of Ecosystem Science & Management study a variety of scientific issues related to insects across the globe, including exotic countries like Ecuador and Uzbekistan. Past graduates have received major awards in Entomology, such as the Snodgras and Comstock Awards given by the Entomological Society of America.
The M.S. program is geared toward teaching graduate students the tools necessary to conduct robust scientific research and communicate with the public and potential clients.
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Our master’s degree is designed to help wildlife professionals protect and manage a changing world while promoting, teaching, and practicing sustainable conservation.
This 10.5-month residency allows you to earn your Master’s degree, make a difference teaching at the McCall Outdoor Science School, and find your place in our alumni network. Scholarships available.
Prepare to lead the management of natural resources and keep up with rapid changes in applications and methodology by earning an Ecosystem Management degree or certificate online through Penn State World Campus.