Master of Science in Environmental Science and Management (ESM)
The Master of Science in Environmental Science and Management (ESM) is an exceptional degree program that offers students a flexible and personalized education, centered on devising innovative solutions to pressing environmental issues, and equipping them with the skills needed to pursue rewarding careers in the field of environmental science and management. The curriculum is designed around a core of science, policy, and management courses, supplemented by a range of elective classes. In addition, students can opt for a concentration in one of the following areas:
The Traditional ESM concentration, which emphasizes regulatory compliance, pollution prevention, and control, and equips students with practical skills and knowledge required to navigate the complex regulatory landscape of environmental science and management.
The Conservation Biology concentration is geared towards field studies and offers students the opportunity to take more science electives, providing them with a broad-based understanding of the natural world and the tools required to tackle ecological challenges.
The Research concentration is intended for students who wish to focus on a particular research topic, and who are keen to produce a graduate-level thesis. This concentration offers a unique opportunity for students to deepen their knowledge and understanding of specific issues and to make a meaningful contribution to the field of environmental science and management.