Earth System Science and Policy (M.S.)

Human activities are generating changes to Earth’s land surface, oceans, coasts and atmosphere, biological diversity, water cycle, and biogeochemical cycles. These changes demand graduate-level research and technical expertise. This master's is for those interested in the science of the Earth’s systems and how that science can be integrated into sustainability.


Program type:
Master's Degree
Format:
On Campus or Online
Est. time to complete:
2-3 years
Credit hours:
36

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