£6,712 per year
The M.S. in Environmental Science is an interdisciplinary program housed in the College of Natural and Behavioral Science (NBS). Our mission is to prepare leaders, thinkers and planners who can address and solve environmental challenges using interdisciplinary approaches. Because of our location, the emphasis of the program is on the urban environment. Core courses in the natural and social sciences introduce students to the unique problems of the urban environment; environmental analysis, policy and planning; and analytical skills. Elective courses allow students the flexibility to meet their specific interests and career goals. Real-world experience is obtained through internships in governmental, non-governmental, or other organizations.
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