Amherst Center, MA, United States
Posted: 5 years ago


£14,896 per year

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Recognizing the growing complexity of environmental conservation, the Program has evolved into a broad, multi-faceted degree program, with diverse opportunities for emphasizing the following concentrations with options for a thesis (research) or professional (non-thesis) degree in any of these areas.

Wildlife, fish and conservation biology
Forest resources and arboriculture
Water, wetlands and watersheds
Human dimensions and environmental policy
Sustainable building systems

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