Study in:United States
Deadline: 15 April 2019
- Learning within the context of our renowned International Development, Community and Environment Department.
- Enjoying Clark’s academic freedom and creativity: a small research university with small classes, close interaction with faculty and an excellent reputation in the environmental field.
- Valuable experience working alongside faculty in partnership with affected communities, policy makers and businesses.
- A curriculum tailored to your interests, with a strong scientific-technical base, exemplifying the integration of diverse data types: quantitative, spatial, qualitative and narrative.
- Recognition as No. 27 in Top 50 Schools for Environmental Sustainability by Net Impact in 2014.
- STEM approved. Students who graduate with a STEM degree may be eligible to remain in the United States for up to 36 months on Optional Practical Training (OPT).
- With this academically rigorous, professionally oriented degree, you help fill a vital niche in the dynamic environmental landscape. The United Nations recently recognized that sustainability is “inherently political”, that civil society needs to play a major role in visioning and enabling a sustainable future and that approaches need to integrate across sectors. At Clark, we have led the way to achieve this since the 1970s.
- We help you gain the ability to link the science, technology and policy arenas in effective ways. You learn critical knowledge and sought-after skills that take you from “knowing” to “doing,” enabling you to work with scientists, engineers, policy makers, public agencies, businesses, communities and social movements.
Alumni pursue their passion in meaningful careers that straddle scientific, technical and policy arenas. They take managerial, research and problem-solving jobs around the world. Recent graduates:
- Work for organizations like the Nature Conservancy and the Department of Energy.
- Earn PhDs in the United States and overseas and obtain research fellowships.
- Work in the environmental policy arena with government agencies.
- Consult for companies bridging environmental science, management and policy work.
Courses Environmental Science included:
- Environmental Science, Engineering & Technology
- Natural Resource Management
- Advanced Remote Sensing
- Politics and Policy: Responses to Sustainability, Climate Change, and Energy
- Climate Change, Energy and Development
- Application fee (non-refundable): $75
- Personal statement
- Letters of recommendation
- All academic transcripts
- TOEFL or IELTS scores are required for all international applicants
Detailed Program Facts
Starting in August 2019
You can apply until: 15 April 2019
- For more details please visit our website.