Sustainability Science (M.S.)

Program Requirements

Core Courses
EAES 509Current Issues in Sustainability Science3
EAES 575Environmental Economics3
EAES 591Methods in Environmental Research3
Complete twice to earn 2 credits2
Colloquium in Environmental Management
Electives and Research Requirements
Major Electives
Select 15 credits from the list (see below)15
Thesis or Research Project
Select one of the following options:6
Thesis
Master's Thesis
Submit the completed Thesis original and one copy to the Graduate Office. See Thesis Guidelines for details.
Research Project
Applied Research or Internship Project in Sustainability Science
Total Credits32

Major Electives

ANTH 522Environment and Community3-4
ANTH 529Building Sustainable Communities3-4
BIOL 570Ecology3
BIOL 595Conservation Biology: The Preservation of Biological Diversity3
CHEM 510Hazardous Materials Management3
EAES 500Energy Transitions: A Global Dependence3
EAES 510Geographic Information Systems3
EAES 525X-ray Microanalysis3
EAES 526Geochemistry3
EAES 527Organic Geoghemistry3
EAES 528Environmental Forensics3
EAES 531Hydroclimatology3
EAES 532Applied Groundwater Modeling4
EAES 533Water Resource Management3
EAES 560Environmental Law3
EAES 561Environmental Law and Policy3
EAES 562Waste Management3
EAES 563Natural Resource Management3
EAES 565Environmental Change and Communication3
EAES 566Environmental Problem Solving3
EAES 569Air Resource Management3
EAES 581Urban Systems Analysis3
EAES 582Urban and Regional Planning3
EAES 610Spatial Analysis3
EAES 611Advanced Environmental Remote Sensing and Image Processing3
EAES 660Seminar in Environmental Management3
EAES 700Earth Systems Science3
EAES 701Modeling in Environmental Science3
EAES 760Organizational Environmental Management3
MGMT 505Management Process and Organizational Behavior3
MGMT 565Project Management1.5
MKTG 563Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility1.5
STAT 541Applied Statistics3
0-12 credits of other graduate level courses may be taken with written advisor approval.