The Masters of the Environment (MENV) Graduate Program at the University of Colorado Boulder is an innovative, interdisciplinary professional master’s degree that equips students with the knowledge, skills, and experience necessary to address the complex environmental challenges of the 21st Century. This 17-month, immersive, cohort-based graduate program builds students into leaders in a wide range of careers in conservation, consulting, energy, natural resources, planning, policy, sustainability, and more.

Students choose to specialize in one of four areas: Environmental Policy, Renewable and Sustainable Energy, Sustainability Planning and Management, or Sustainable Food Systems. In lieu of a research thesis, students work in small teams to complete a year-long Capstone Project with an external sponsoring organization.

Masters of the Environment site
GRE not required
Spring: October 1; Fall: December 30 (Priority Deadline), March 15 (Final Deadline)