DePaul University is launching a new Masters of Science in Environmental Science (MSES) degree focused on urban ecological restoration and conservation land management!
This graduate degree will prepare students for careers in ecological restoration, species and landscape conservation, biodiversity management, green infrastructure management and ecological consultancy. Our department’s expertise in applied environmental science and can bring exciting and useful training in the field of conservation land management.
Environmental Science & Studies Department faculty have disciplinary expertise in paleontology, plant-atmosphere interactions, restoration ecology, urban forestry, urban agriculture, ecological economics, soil ecology and science, urban ecology, and related fields. Students complete 13 course equivalents, with an expectation that full-time students can complete the program in two academic years. The program is housed in the McGowan South Building (LEED certified) in the Lincoln Park neighborhood of Chicago, which provides a modern research infrastructure that includes laboratories, analytical facilities, environmental growth chambers, a rooftop garden, and a greenhouse.
The program is accepting applications on a rolling basis for ENROLLMENT THIS FALL QUARTER so interested prospective students should apply now!
Please contact the program director, Mark Potosnak at firstname.lastname@example.org or 773-325-7867 if you have any questions.
Additional information is available at: http://go.depaul.edu/envsciinfo.