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Graduate Academic Programs M.S., M.P.S., M.F., M.L.A. & Ph.D. by department

Environmental Studies
(HEGIS Code 0420, CIP Code 030101)

M.S. and M.P.S. in:

ESF Open Academy

Graduate Certificates in:

Forest and Natural Resources Management
(HEGIS Code 0115, CIP Code 030506)

M.S., M.P.S. and Ph.D. in Forest Resources Management with areas of study in:

M.S. and M.P.S. in Sustainable Construction Management and Wood Science with areas of study in:

Master of Forestry (M.F.)

Landscape Architecture
(HEGIS Code 0204, CIP Code 040601)

M.L.A. and M.S. with areas of study in:

Paper and Bioprocess Engineering
(HEGIS Code 0999, CIP Code 141401)

M.S., M.P.S. and Ph.D. with areas of study in:

About ESF Graduate Degrees and Programs

Graduate academic programs at ESF share a foundation of rigorous science and dedication to wise use of natural resources. ESF offers advanced degrees in six program areas. Each program provides a unique opportunity for you to further your education with professors who are dedicated to both their teaching and research endeavors.

Ecosystems all over the world benefit from the professionalism and expertise of ESF graduates and the faculty members at the College of Environmental Science and Forestry. You will study with professors whose work improves and sustains the environment from the Yucatan Peninsula to Alaska and whose expertise is sought by government and corporations. That same faculty will be personally concerned with your progress. The professors' cutting-edge research will become part of your classes, and your classes will merge with the world beyond the College.

Special Interest Programs