M.S. in Environmental Policy
The graduate program in Environmental Policy prepares students for careers as policy analysts who have a strong commitment to environmental values, are scientifically and methodologically competent, and can work effectively on policy with various groups and institutions engaged in environmental issues.
To meet these requirements, students must complete a range of coursework designed to teach:
- knowledge of how policies are developed and implemented
- scientific and engineering basis of effective environmental policies
- an understanding of who the key players are in environmental politics, and how to work with them to accomplish environmental improvements
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In addition to the general entrance requirements for all applicants, entrance to the M.S. in Environmental Policy program requires a bachelor's degree in Environmental Science, or in the natural, physical, or social sciences, or related engineering disciplines, with possible additional coursework. Students entering from other programs at Drexel University or other institutions may be required to complete additional coursework in order to meet prerequisites for required courses.
Requirements for Admission
Degree Requirements: M.S. Environmental Policy
Environmental Policy Course Descriptions
Dr. Robert Stokes: Coordinator, Urban Environmental Policy Program