Environmental Science, M.S.

The Environmental Science Program provides advanced research and educational opportunities in the earth (geo) and environmental sciences, and prepares students for solving contemporary environmental problems.

The program includes a thesis and non-thesis option, both of which provide a foundation for employment in the private and public sectors of the environmental fields. In addition, the thesis option prepares students for advanced study leading to the doctoral degree.

Specializations

Coastal Science
Geographic Information Science (GIS)
Hydrogeology
Soils Science 
Dendrochronology
Contaminant Hydrogeology

Specializations

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Certificate

Admission Requirements

In addition to the University graduate admission requirements described in the Graduate Admissions section of the UWF graduate catalog, the applicant must meet the minimum departmental admission requirements for regular admission. 

University Requirements*
• Submission of Graduate Application and Processing Fee 
• Submission of official transcripts 
*International students may have additional requirements.

Departmental Requirements
• Submission of official GRE test scores: minimum 50th percentile verbal; 40th percentile quantitative. 
• Submission of a formal letter of interest, background, and professional goals 
• Submission of three letters of recommendation by individuals in professionally related fields (waived for graduates of UWF Department of Environmental Studies) 
• Submission of current curriculum vita (CV)/resume 
• Completion of the foundation proficiencies as a condition of admission to the program

Quicklinks

Department Contact

Dr. Johan Liebens
Graduate Advisor, Department of Environmental Studies

Phone: (850) 474-2065
E-mail: jliebens@uwf.edu

Catalog Description
Department's Website

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