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MS in Environmental Science
The University of Massachusetts Boston is "The Environmental Campus" of the five-campus University of Massachusetts system, and the School for the Environment (SFE) is the campus's premier interdisciplinary environmental school.
Organization Name:University of Massachusetts Boston
Degree :Master's Degree
The School for the Environment integrates the natural and social sciences to generate and apply new knowledge about the quality of our environment and the sustainable use of its resources. It focuses on promoting integrated science, planning, policy, and education for understanding earth-system processes and managing complex interactions between human activities (e.g., urbanization) and natural processes (e.g., carbon cycling) in linked watershed and coastal marine systems. The school's strong transdisciplinary makeup (natural and social sciences within the same department) and its focus on linked watershed-coastal systems are unique in the country.
The MS program requires 30 credit hours and includes both thesis and non-thesis options. Formal course work include a required core curriculum and a speciality areas.