This unique interdisciplinary program incorporates courses from various colleges across the University. Although there are courses in the core of ESP, the degree also offers students the opportunity to choose an area of concentration.
Course work for the M.S. degree is divided into three categories for four categories, with students selecting the thesis option completing items A-D below. Non-thesis option students complete A, B and D, and item C is replaced with 8 or 9 additional hours of elective coursework.
Students wishing to gain admittance into the graduate program in Environmental Science and Policy must have a baccalaureate degree or its equivalent from an accredited college or university, typically in a discipline related to environmental science or environmental policy.