Environmental Science & Policy

About course

The Master of Science in Environmental Science and Policy program emphasizes a broadly interdisciplinary and synthetic approach that integrates knowledge in the environmental sciences (conservation biology, climate change, fisheries science, ecosystem function, biodiversity, restoration ecology) with the social sciences (policy, economics, sociology, political science, and development) and humanities (environmental history, philosophy, and ethics). The goal of the program is to equip professionals with substantive breadth in knowledge and skills at the intersection of environmental science and policy. The program focuses on training students to think critically about the underlying causes of environmental problems and understanding the reciprocal relationships between coupled human-natural ecosystems and the interconnections between social and technological innovations. The program explores practical approaches and potential solutions that decision makers need to evaluate in policy debates related to promoting environmental sustainability.


Programme overview

Master’s degree
Level degree
To be advised
Estimated Fee
Full-time
Programme type
English
Primary Language
24 Months
Duration

Grade & score

Test score

  • IELTS

    6.5

  • TOEFL IBT

    80

  • DUOLINGO

    110

Grade

  • GPA

    3.00

  • CGPA10

    7.50

  • CGPA5

    4.00

  • percentage

    73

  • British Degree

    Lower-second class honours

  • letter

    B