The Master of Arts in International Environmental Policy (MAIEP) curriculum is designed around the principle that a professional program in environmental policy must focus on acquisition of the functi
The Master of Science in Environmental Management is a program in which students receive a broad background in the analysis of environmental issues.
Since 1977 the M.S. in Environmental Management has trained working professionals and traditional graduate students in public agencies, consulting firms, nonprofits, and industries in the U.S.
Rangeland Resources: maintain rangeland health for sustainable production of forage for livestock and wildlife, watershed function, outdoor recreation, and aesthetic values.
Explores the re-use of water from wastewater treatment plants, agricultural drainage ditches, and other sources traditionally considered unusable.
Conservation, management, ecology, behavior, and habitat requirements of wildlife species.
Environmental analysis and land use planning, recreational uses of natural resources, interpretation of natural resources, and application of GIS technology.
Degree: Doctorate, Master
The ESPM graduate program focuses on current and future anthropogenic environmental problems of major social and political impact, which are based in the biological and physical sciences.
The Berkeley MDP is designed to meet these challenges by combining hands-on learning and field experience with rigorous training in a broad range of academic disciplines.
The Energy and Resources Group (ERG) is an interdisciplinary academic unit of the University of California at Berkeley, conducting programs of graduate teaching and research that treat issues of energ
Degree: Graduate Certificate