ENVS offers a two-year Master of Science degree and a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree in Environmental Studies. Much of the information on the program that you might need as a current graduate student can be found by reviewing the links to the right.
A new Masters of the Environment Degree will be offered beginning Fall 2016.
Several dual degree programs with other departments are also offered, including a joint JD/MS (include link) and MBA/MS (include link). Interdisciplinary certificates in Environment, Policy, and Society, Science, Technology, and Policy, and Hydrologic Sciences are also available.
Areas of Emphasis
In fall 2012, the ENVS graduate curriculm was restructured. Students now choose from three core areas: Sciences, Policy, or Values and Theory. Other programs of study may be designed based on available courses and faculty support and expertise. Please see New Graduate Curriculum Effective Fall 2012 for more information.
Students who began their degree programs prior to Fall 2012 may review the requirements for their degrees here.