£1,906 per credit
Students in the M.S. program in Environmental Sciences will gain significant research experience through thesis coursework, faculty mentoring and a required intensive research opportunity. In tandem with research, the program will emphasize proficiency in quantitative skills; students will engage in two semester sequence of environmental statistics. Students will gain teaching experience by serving as a Teaching Assistant for at least one semester of their program.
Ready access to faculty is an essential component of the program. Students will work closely with ENVS faculty to develop a research focus and thesis. Graduates will be prepared to work in a variety of settings upon completion of the program, having gained the expertise to relate scientific findings to policy decisions through an in-depth understanding of the complexities of scientific understanding and training.
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