Environmental Conservation (MS)

University of Massachusetts Amherst

Date Posted: Jan. 11, 2019
Submitted by: Claire Pope
Sustainability Topic: Curriculum
Content Type: Academic Programs
Program Type: Master's Degree


Recognizing the growing complexity of environmental conservation, this program has evolved into a broad, multi-faceted degree program, with diverse opportunities for emphasizing 1) wildlife, fish and conservation biology, 2) forest resources and arboriculture, 3) water, wetlands and watersheds, 4) human dimensions and environmental policy, or 5) building systems, with options for a thesis (research) or professional (non-thesis) degree in any of these areas of concentration. To support these degree programs, there are currently more than 50 courses offered within the Program taught by ECo faculty.

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