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2009-2010 Downtown Campus Catalog 
2009-2010 Downtown Campus Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Environmental Sciences Graduate Certificate

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The graduate-level certificate in environmental sciences has six options: air quality, ecosystems, environmental health, geospatial analysis, hazardous waste and water quality. Each option comprises four courses and is designed to approach an environmental issue from various disciplines. To earn a certificate, students are required to satisfactorily complete the courses in the option of their interest. These courses may be taken as electives within an MS degree program  or through nondegree admission. Students must have the prerequisites for each course and must meet the requirements listed. Contact the option advisor for the particular option of interest before starting. A certificate will be issued upon proof of satisfactory completion of the courses. For an MS degree, students must coordinate the option courses with electives in their program. The listings of courses in each option are in the electives section of the master’s program information.

In addition to the master of science in environmental sciences, the department also participates in the master of integrated science (MIS) degree program. For more information, see the MIS program description  under CLAS degree programs.


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