£365 per credit
As one of the nation’s leading interdisciplinary graduate programs in ecology and environmental sciences, the Ecology and Environmental Sciences (EES) graduate program provides an academic program that is rigorous, flexible, and takes advantage of UMaine’s strengths in ecology, environmental sciences, and environmental policy. The primary mission of this program is to offer students the opportunity to acquire a Masters and/or Doctorate degree with an interdisciplinary approach to the analysis and resolution of ecological and environmental problems. In the EES Program, there are three degree options:
M.S. Masters with Thesis is designed to provide students with the background necessary to conduct or to evaluate research.
M.S. Masters Non-Thesis is for students who need advanced coursework in ecology and environmental sciences to meet their career goals and who want to work in a less research-oriented capacity.
Want to find out more about this course? Join our Conservation Careers Academy to view the full details of this course, along with over 12,000 conservation jobs, courses, internships and volunteer placements each year globally, along with many other career-boosting benefits