Environmental Science and Management: M.S.
The college-wide interdisciplinary Master of Science in Environmental Science and Management (ESM) focuses on the intersection of environmental science, policy, and management. This program equips students with practical decision-making and management skills applicable to jobs in the environmental sector.. Undergraduate degrees that would prepare students to enter the program include natural and social sciences such as environmental science, environmental studies, natural resource management, biology, geology, marine science, meteorology, economics, policy, planning, sociology, and other disciplines.
The ESM degree is designed to be applied broadly to environmental and natural resource issues. The program’s home in the College of Earth, Ocean and Environment offers strengths in climate change, earth resources, critical minerals, offshore wind power, coastal land use, water quality, sea level rise, weather extremes, and marine applications such as fisheries.
Environmental Science and Management-M.S.
December 15: Priority admission deadline
April 15: Final deadline to apply
The 2022-2023 UD graduate student tuition rate per credit hour is $979.
Some financial aid may be available to qualified students.