Masters of Science (M.S.)
The goal of the Halmos College of Natural Sciences and Oceanography's Masters of Science Degree Programs is to provide a scientifically-based, credible, holistic and timely introduction and knowledge of key ecological and socio-environmental issues.
Students can complete a degree program in a minimum of 2 years of full-time study and a maximum 5 years of part-time study.
On campus graduate classes are held in both morning and evening format and typically meet one to two times per week. Exceptions are field courses which may entail several days of intensive study or weekend field trips. Online courses meet periodically at the convenience of faculty and students.
There are two M.S. degree programs offered:
Completion of the degree is expected to lead to placements in the workforce in chosen field, in a position requiring graduate training, and in career advancement for working professionals