Geosciences: Environmental Studies Certificate
Environmental Studies Certificate
About the Certificate
This graduate certificate program is designed for environmental professionals who wish to broaden their background or update their skills. In order to satisfy the course prerequisites, it is recommended that you have an undergraduate degree in one of the natural sciences, engineering, or a strong background in mathematics and science.
You must complete 16 credit hours consisting of 2 credits of required Environmental Studies core courses and 14 credits from a list of approved courses. Courses within a major usually don't count toward the certificate.
To qualify for the certificate program, you must be in good academic standing with your major department and request admission to the program by completing the certificate application form.
For advising please contact the Department of Geology and Environmental Science.
Dr. Ira Sasowsky
Director of Center for Environmental Studies