M.S. in Environmental Studies
The Master of Science in Environmental Studies offers a variety of focus areas, such as environmental education, environmental justice, Indigenous knowledge, environmental policy & law, environmental writing, and sustainable food & agriculture. The M.S. in Environmental Studies is flexible; students, with their academic advisors, design their own study programs by choosing from courses from within Environmental Studies, or throughout the University. Apply by January 15 to be considered for teaching assistantships, scholarships, and other funding opportunities.
Yes! We want you to visit & you are welcome to schedule one with the Environmental Studies administrator, Susan Elliott at 406-243-6273. But please also check the latest news at our UM Covid information site for any campus-wide limitations. We can also arrange for you -- via Zoom -- to attend classes, meet with current graduate students, and visit with faculty.