Curriculum Prior to Fall 2012
Common core, Secondary Core, and Electives
All degrees require completion of courses in three categories:
- Common core focused on science, policy and philosophy.
- Secondary core focused on developing substantive and methodological expertise
- Electives chosen to broaden and deepen the graduate training.
Attention 2012 Applicants: The curriculum will change for the 2012/2013 Academic Year. Updated course worksheets and curriculum information will be uploaded to this web site soon. Please see the New Curriculum Overview and New Graduate Curriculum Effective Fall 2012 for more information. The web site is being updated to reflect the new information. Please e-mail with questions.
|M.S.||Credit Hours||Ph.D.||Credit Hours|
|Common Core||9||Common Core||9|
|Secondary Core||9-15||Secondary Core||12-18|
|Total course credits||42|
|Plan I thesis||6|
|Plan II Internship||2||Dissertation credits||30|
|TOTAL M.S.||36||TOTAL PH.D.||72|
Common Core (required) Courses
All students (M.S. and Ph.D.) are required to complete 9 hours of a common core focused on science, policy and philosophy:
- ENVS 5000 Policy, Science and the Environment
- ENVS 5001 Environmental Philosophy
- ENVS 5002 Environmental Science (as of Fall 2004)
Secondary Core Courses
Depends on which secondary core. To round out your electives, you are free to choose from any graduate courses offered on campus, in consultation with your advisor and commentor (for PhD). Special attention should be paid to the scheduling of courses and prerequisites that may be required.
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Carbon & nitrogen dynamics at regional-global scales; phosphorus controls over C & N in moist tropical systems; nutrient controls over soil carbon storage; human health effects of a changing N cycle