About this course
The renowned on-campus Master of Environmental Management (MEM) program teaches students how to analyze and manage natural environments for human benefit and ecosystem health.
Students will benefit from this two years (four semesters) program through daily interaction with their peers and our distinguished faculty while completing their course requirements and pursuing a master’s project.
MEM students choose one of seven specialized concentrations as a focal point for their studies:
- Coastal Environmental Management (CEM)
- Energy and Environment (EE)
- Ecotoxicology and Environmental Health (EEH)
- Environmental Economics and Policy (EEP)
- Ecosystem Science and Conservation (ESC)
- Global Environmental Change (GEC)
- Water Resources Management (WRM)
- Four-year bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university or have completed at least three years of study in an institution
- Some previous training in the natural or social sciences related to your area of interest;
- At least one semester of college calculus; and
- A college statistics course that includes descriptive statistics, probability distributions, hypothesis testing, confidence intervals, correlation, simple linear regression, and simple ANOVAs.
- Additional coursework may be required or recommended