“…this program is exactly what I want to do, and such dynamic and committed professors and advisors keep me motivated.”
— Marion Blair, Graduate Student
The Environmental Studies Master of Science program is designed to prepare students for careers as environmental professionals or to pursue further academic training in Ph.D. and other advanced degree programs. Our interdisciplinary curriculum integrates the life sciences, physical sciences, and social sciences and embraces both quantitative and qualitative research. Global and local perspectives are integrated in the coursework and the faculty and students embrace a diversity of perspectives.
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Faculty Thesis Advisors
Katherine Cushing, Associate Professor
Alex Gershenson, Assistant Professor
Gary Klee, Professor
Dustin Mulvaney, Assistant Professor
Rachel O'Malley, Professor and Acting Department Chair
Will Russell, Associate Professor and Acting Graduate Program Coordinator
Lynne Trulio, Professor
Contact the Graduate Program Coordinator
For more information about the Master of Science degree in Environmental Studies, please contact the Graduate Program Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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