Master's Degrees: Environmental Economics and Management
Attain a broad knowledge of the business environment, advanced management skills and specialized knowledge in environmental economics and sustainability. Choose between the course-based Master in Environmental Economics and Management and the thesis-or-project-based Master of Science in Environmental Economics and Management.
Graduates are prepared to make major contributions to the field of economic sustainable management.
- An acceptable three or four-year undergraduate degree in any discipline with a minimum B average (GPA of 3.0 on a scale of 4.33 or local equivalent) in the last 60 credits; and
- Successfully completed each course in the GDBA with a minimum overall GPA of 3.00 or receive a course waiver for some or all of the GDBA courses based on their previous academic record. Applicants with a 4-year business degree from an acceptable institution may be eligible to proceed directly to the MEEM program.
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