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Students in the University of Michigan School for Environment and Sustainability Master of Science program specialize in one of seven fields of study:
The professional master's degree program prepares students for leadership positions in environmental sustainability.
The program's hallmarks are:
Common core: MS students gain a common foundation in ecological science, environmental governance, and integrated assessment via two core courses and are offered the opportunity to advance quantitative skills during an intensive workshop prior to the start of their program.
Custom path: Students join the SEAS program from over 100 different undergraduate majors and, after completing the common core, may specialize in one or more of the following fields of study:
Additionally, one-third of SEAS students pursue a dual degree with another school or college at U-M.
Capstone finish: All master's students complete a capstone experience as the culmination of their program. Whether the experience is a group project, practicum, or thesis, students demonstrate critical thinking about an environmental problem and the application of appropriate analytical problem-solving techniques. Find more information about capstone options here.