Degree Tracks

Climate Change
This track is intended to address the need for professionals who understand not only climate science, but also specific issues related to impacts, mitigation, and adaptation.
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Sustainability Science (can be completed online)
This track will train professionals to address environmental issues by providing expertise in aspects of coupled natural and human systems.
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Sustainable Food & Fiber
The purpose of this PSM track is to train individuals who understand the complex, dynamic system behaviors that determine the availability and accessibility of quality food.
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Environmental Contamination (can be completed online)
Employment opportunities in environmental contamination are numerous in the Intermountain West owing to military, mining, and agricultural activities.
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Bioenergy and Bioproducts
As the world’s population rapidly increases, so does the demand for sustainable energy and materials.
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Water Resources Management (can be completed online)
This track will give students the skills required to be effective water resource managers. Students will be trained for jobs that offer a diversified portfolio in water resources management.
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Ecohydrological Science and Management (can be completed online)
Students trained in this PSM track will understand the interaction between the hydrological cycle and ecosystems, and be able to work at the interface between terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems.
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Management of Regulated River Systems
Graduates of this track will be able to work for a variety of agencies and firms that specialize in aspects of regulated flowing water, including the major tributaries to the Columbia and Klamath Rivers.
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J.D./PSM Degree
Students enrolled in the J.D./PSM will take courses in the College of Law and the PSM Program, enabling them to earn both the Juris Doctor (J.D.) and Professional Science Masters (PSM) degrees.
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