In a global environment, it's important to have international connections.
The Environmental Science and Management Program has attracted students from Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Central and South America, Europe and the Middle East. During the typical academic year, international students make up 10% of the student population, including students under the prestigious Fulbright and Muskie programs.
Individual ESM students have studied abroad at the University of Cologne in Germany and the University of Aberdeen in Scotland. The unique Environmental Science Experience in China takes Duquesne students on an educational journey with ESM faculty to the other side of the world, with Chinese university students as their companions.
ESM professors have also forged international partnerships by teaching at the University of Cologne and in other institutions throughout Eastern Europe, working with various organizations to create a better environment the world over.