Know anyone who wants to earn an environmental masters as a residential student in the heart of the Rockies? Know anyone who wants to earn a masters as a distance student from their regional environmental commitment or job anywhere in the world, and use those regional commitments as the basis of a masters project?
Western State Colorado University’s Master in Environmental Management (MEM) programs are accepting applications for the 2019-2020 school-year (starting summer 2019) for a limited time. The MEM program is looking for candidates who balance academic excellence with leadership experience.
Western’s MEM offers interdisciplinary training for building environmental and community resilience in three tracks: Integrative and Public Land Management, Sustainable and Resilient Communities, and Global Sustainability.
· No GRE required.
· Any undergraduate major with a recommended GPA of 3.0.
· Distance learning or residential programs.
· Application fee waived if received by November 1st.
· Just a commitment to excellence!
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Or for more information, contact:
Dr. John Hausdoerffer, Program Director
Dr. Corrine Noel Knapp (Corrie)
Assistant Professor of Environment and Sustainability
Western State Colorado University
Check out my new & revised website at corrieknapp.com