The Master of Science in Geoenvironmental Studies program is designed to provide graduate students the opportunity to create a program of study specific to the student’s interests and career objectives.
You can expect to develop research methods of proper field and lab data collection, data analysis and communication skills. You will further enhance geotechnical skills (e.g. GIS), continue the mastery of environmental knowledge related to the geosciences and acquire an understanding of professional conduct and responsibility.
After an introductory course in research methods, students can concentrate on surficial geologic processes, hydrology and water resources, land use planning, applied climatology and geographic information systems science.