The primary point of contact for advising in the MS in Environmental Sciences Program is Dr. Anne Chin, who can answer all programatic questions. Option advisors can assist with specific questions concerning the specialization options.
Dr. Gregory Simon
Office: NC 3016D
Air Quality Option Advisor
Environmental Health Option Advisor
Ecosystems Option Advisor
Environmental Science Education Option Advisor
Water Quality Option Advisor
Geospatial Analysis Option Advisor
Environmental Science Education: Bryan Wee
GIS Certificate: Matt Cross
Sustainable Urban Agriculture Certificate: Amanda Weaver
Important note for geo-spatial classes: Because of the time committment required for the technology-based classes, we do not recommend taking more than one geo-spatial technology class in the same semester and that you follow the proper sequence (please note the pre-reqs). It may be possible to take two, but you need to be aware of the additional time this will require.
Curriculum Checklists 04.2016
* These curriculum checklists for the updated degree plan implemented Fall 2015. If you are on the older degree plan, please see Dr. Chin for a checklist.
Graduate students presenting work as the first author should apply for travel funding to THREE sources:
- Graduate School
- CLAS (requires request to Graduate School
- GES Graduate Director (requires request to Graduate School and CLAS).
Past students have been very successful at getting travel awards from these sources.
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