MS in Resource Management & Conservation

Antioch University, New England

Year Founded: Jan. 1, 2012
Date Posted: Feb. 25, 2016
Submitted by: Monika Urbanski
Sustainability Topic: Curriculum
Content Type: Academic Programs
Program Type: Master's Degree
Distance: Local Only
Commitment: Both


The Master of Science in Resource Management and Conservation is designed for the professional who seeks an effective leadership role in 21st century environmental management. The impacts of development on ecosystem and community health under conditions of rapid climate change require the scientific know-how to understand complexity and the management savvy to balance multiple objectives. The RMC program's unique design of relevant theory and real-world application enables students to develop the skills they need to stay ahead of the curve in managing complex environmental projects and planning for climate change. Complete your degree in 16 months through Friday afternoon and weekend courses that meet about once a month, starting in Fall.

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