MA in Environmental Studies
Students in our program design two "concentration areas" that are tailored to meet their educational goals. These concentration areas may focus on the methods of a particular discipline or combine the perspectives of several disciplines around a core concept or theme. In planning their course of study, students have the opportunity to work with faculty mentors from any of the university's schools or departments, including over 100 faculty who are officially affiliated with the Environmental Studies program. This individualized degree planning allows students the opportunity to integrate methods from a range of disciplines, to explore problem areas that cut across different disciplines, and to gain a unique combination of skills for the job market or further education.