The School of the Environment places great importance on preparing our M.S. graduates with strong disciplinary knowledge, but also the skills and training to effectively collaborate across numerous scientific disciplines.
We provide opportunities for innovative scientific studies, typically emphasizing fieldwork, that supports the education and broad background required for diverse work opportunities in agencies, the private sector, or pursuing a future PhD program.
Our students are financially supported through research assistantships and teaching assistantships that cover tuition, health insurance and a living stipend. We also have multiple opportunities for scholarships.
If you are interested in pursuing a graduate degree and being mentored and advised by one of our faculty members start by visiting their individual faculty website and contact them directly.