£353 per credit
The graduate program in environmental science (ENVS) is an interdisciplinary program with core courses taught by biologists, geologists and chemists. The program seeks to provide students with the ability to collect and evaluate geological, chemical and ecological data associated with creating and resolving solutions to the most pressing environmental issues and problems currently faced by metropolitan areas. The program has a thesis and a non-thesis capstone option, both designed to develop a student’s ability to communicate the scientific basis for environmental decisions that impact human health and the environment to a wide audience of potential stakeholders including policy makers and disciplinary scientists.
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