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Current Graduate Students


Degree Checklists and Forms

ENVS Graduate Student Handbook

Graduate Student Catalog

Graduate School Forms and Publication Guide


Environment & Society 2016 Graduate Research Symposium

Environment & Society 2015 Graduate Research Symposium

Environment & Society 2014 Graduate Research Symposium

Environment & Society 2013 Graduate Research Symposium

Environment & Society 2012 Graduate Research Symposium

Environment & Society 2011 Graduate Research Symposium

Environment & Society 2009 Graduate Research Symposium


Graduate Programs Offered:

Ph.D.

For the Ph.D. degree, there is a more variable amount of required coursework, as well as a research dissertation.  Compared to the MS degree, the Ph.D. degree has a greater emphasis on theory, research methods, writing research proposals, and publishing research in peer reviewed outlets.

Ecology
Environment and Society/Human Dimensions of Ecosystem Science and Management

M.S. Programs

The MS degree requires a minimum of 30 credits, of which 24 must be in residence.   There are two options available in the MS:  The Plan A requires students to complete coursework, as well as a research thesis; The Plan B is a nonthesis, terminal degree, based largely on coursework and a professional paper or project.

Bioregional Planning
Ecology
Geography
Geography Peace Corps Master's International Program
Environment and Society/Human Dimensions of Ecosystem Science and Management
Recreation Resource Management