An innovative interdisciplinary program, the Coastal and Watershed Science & Policy program offers training in science, economics, environmental policy, and spatial-data analysis. Our goal is to prepare students for careers in a wide array of resource assessment and resource management positions. According to a recent survey of regional employers, a master of science degree in Coastal and Watershed Science and Policy could launch you into a career with federal, state, and local resource management agencies, nonprofit environmental organizations, county and local planning agencies, or scientific and environmental consulting firms.
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For more detailed information including a look at student work, faculty bios, research partnerships, and internship opportunities, please visit the Division of Science and Environmental Policy website.