Garman, Dr. Gregory C.
Director, B.S., Accelerated (dual-degree) and Master's (M.S. and M.Envs.) programs in Environmental Studies, and Director, Center for Environmental Studies
Admission requirements summary
Environmental Studies, Master of (M.Envs.)
(non-thesis degree option)
See program Web site
The Center for Environmental Studies offers a Master of Environmental Studies (non-thesis option) that replaces the thesis with a directed research experience and a comprehensive exam.
Student learning outcomes
- Graduates will possess a sophisticated and practical understanding of methods for collection, analysis, presentation, and critical interpretation of environmental data using appropriate statistical and quantitative tools.
- Graduates will be able to use emerging environmental technologies and apply them under real-world conditions.
- Graduates will be able to conduct objective research and/or interpret research findings, and apply scientific concepts and information to the decision-making process for environmental regulations and policies.
- Graduates will be able to effectively bridge the realms of policy and science on critical environmental issues; able to make significant contributions in an interdisciplinary professional and academic environment.