Details at a Glance
Our MS programs train students to think critically, to integrate knowledge and technology into their work, and to collaborate effectively with stakeholders and decision makers. Our graduates are prepared to navigate pressing social and environmental challenges, to impact environmental policy, and to generate real, on the ground results.
Our training programs culminate in an individual, professional project experience at a leading conservation organization. Together, we work to match you with an organization or individual in our global network of practitioners that can help you create a unique and meaningful hands-on project.
Our accelerated programs span just 15 months where all students start together in June and graduate the following August. Students quickly build lasting professional relationships and develop strong networks of alumni, faculty, stakeholders and decision-makers that are tackling today’s complex environmental challenges. If you believe complex environmental problems can be solved, become part of the solution and join us as we work to make the world a better place.
Application fees can be paid by credit card. International applicants must pay an additional $6 international document processing fee. Our program office may offer application fee waivers to students who show a demonstrated financial need.
December 1 priority admissions deadline, February 1 final deadline for international applicants, March 1 final deadline for domestic applicants. We accept applications on a rolling basis based on available seats.