About this course
This concentration focuses primarily on preparing students to communicate complex environmental concepts to various audiences. It includes environmental education, journalism, and advocacy. Graduates may find themselves teaching in classroom or non-traditional settings (museums or nature centers), or working in not-for-profit organizations doing community outreach and communication or in media organizations.
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- Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university and strong academic record.
- Current resume.
- The Graduate Record Exam (GRE)
- Two letters of recommendation from faculty or supervisors familiar with the applicant's abilities and scholarly work, including at least one academic reference, if possible.
- Written statement of career objectives and reasons for choosing the Master of Environmental Studies Program at the College of Liberal and Professional Studies. See specific essay questions.
- TOEFL scores. The minimum TOEFL scores required for admissions consideration are: 100 (iBT), 250 (CBT), or 600 (PBT).