Master of Science in Biological and Environmental Sciences
Admission requirements: GRE general test and a bachelor’s degree in a biological or physical science, natural resources science, math, engineering, or other appropriate discipline. Applicants with course deficiencies may be required to take additional undergraduate courses for no program credit, and to demonstrate, by their performance in such course work or through a qualifying exam, basic knowledge of the subject matter in the area(s) of deficiency.
Program requirements: A minimum of 30 credits beyond the bachelor’s degree. This includes a minimum of six and a maximum of nine thesis credits (599 courses), a minimum of 18 credits of formal course work, and a maximum of six credits in special problems and directed studies courses.