Master of Science in Environmental Management
UMUC's Master of Science in Environmental Management is designed to provide the skills, knowledge, and competencies that students need to function effectively in multiple environmental management settings. The courses in the program are interrelated and provide a solid conceptual and applied foundation.
Graduates of this program will be able to:
- describe the institutions and processes that impact upon development of environmental and energy laws and policy issues
- analyze, monitor, and mitigate impacts from an organization's operations
- analyze and communicate health, safety, and environmental risks
- manage, plan, and conduct comprehensive environmental compliance, managerial, and liability audits for various industrial and commercial facilities
- and develop a team and manage an environmental project/program for an organization or government agency.
Applicants are required to have at least 3 undergraduate credits each in basic biology and chemistry.
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