The graduate program in Environmental Science is an interdisciplinary program that focuses on environmental issues and problems faced by metropolitan areas.
The environmental science graduate program is for individuals who are in the environmental work force, are looking to enter the environmental work force, or who are public school teachers who wish to expand their knowledge of environmental sciences to aid in teaching this specialty. Program graduates are well prepared to work in environmental consulting; education; industry; federal, state, and county environmental agencies; and nonprofit environmental groups.
As an interdisciplinary program, our faculty come from many departments across the university. They represent a wide-range of expertise and experiences that enhance student learning and networking. Please follow this link to learn more about our faculty and their research interests.
The Environmental Science Master's Program Handbook will be kept up to date, please refer to it often as you make progress though your graduate career as it contains pertinent information.
When you are a teaching or research assistant, you should register for between 5 and 7 credits of classes. If you have no past or current financial aid considerations this is all you need to do. If you are seeking deferment from past financial aid obligations or seeking current aid (i.e., obtaining a current loan) as a full-time student then you will need to contact Dr. Sivey since your teaching or research assistantship will provide the needed credits to be classified as a full-time student.
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