Global Environmental Policy, MA

Global Environmental Policy, MA

The GEP degree requires 39 credit hours of graduate coursework and a capstone that can be completed in 2 years (full-time) or up to 6 years (part-time). The curriculum is an interdisciplinary exploration of efforts to advance environmental protection and focuses on natural science, economics, and policy studies. Students will build a thorough and integrated understanding of environmental politics and policy. Through core seminar courses, electives, internships, a substantial research project, and a myriad of events, students learn about and engage with the forces that shape global and international environmental behavior.

Subjects

  • Earth Sciences
  • Environmental Management
  • Economics
  • Environmental Management Systems / Policy
  • Environmental Studies
  • International Affairs/Relations
  • International Business
  • International Development
  • Public Health
  • Public Policy

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