Advanced Studies of Earth
We have one Earth, and in the Environmental Science (EnvS) program, you will explore complex environmental problems and learn to solve them to protect the Earth’s ecosystems. Explore global challenges as related to waste management, environmental pollution, policy and law, water science, ecosystems, land use, energy systems and more. Choose from a thesis or non-thesis option.
Bachelor’s degree in environmental science, natural resources, or a related field
The M.S. degree requires completion of 30 credits, including at least six credits of thesis research, one course in research methods or statistics, and two credits of EnvS 501 Seminar.
Lab fees vary according to the number and type of lab courses required in each Environmental Science emphasis.
All full-time graduate students at the Moscow campus are provided with a funding package that covers tuition and fees, and provides a stipend as part of a research or teaching assistantship.
To find out about deadlines, scholarships and eligibility requirements, please visit the University of Idaho Financial Aid Office.
EnvS graduate students have access to courses featuring hands-on training in eight colleges across the university, including Natural Resources, Agricultural & Life Sciences, and Science
EnvS students find internships with public agencies, non-profit organizations, private industry, and research institutions