Details at a Glance
Students in Environmental Policy grapple with a wide range of issues, including alternative energy in the face of climate change, urban migration and its consequences for food production and other complex systems, interactions between built environments and the natural world, environmental effects on well-being and access to opportunity, as well as sustainable approaches to economic growth and economic decline.
The Environmental Policy program offers five graduate certificates in addition to the master's degree. These certifications include Environmental Health, Environmental Justice, Environmental Law and Policy, Sustainable Development, and Urban Environmental Policy and Planning.
Check out Lehigh's Environmental Policy program here for more information.
Spring 2019 Semester: December 1, 2019
Summer 2019 Session: April 30, 2020
Fall 2020 Semester: July 15, 2020
The Deadline for the Department, College, and University Financial Aid for the Fall 2020 semester is January 1, 2020
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Clubs & Associations
Lehigh University has an active Graduate Student Life Office. This office offers clubs and associations for our graduate students to explore, as well as daily events that take place on campus.
Check out the Graduate Student Life Office here!