Interested pursuing a graduate degree in a field related to the environment or forestry? Well you’re in luck. The Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies (F&ES) will be on campus next week – October 16 – to host an informational lunch just in time for their December 15th priority deadline.
The F&ES is one of Yale University’s 13 graduate and professional school. It is the oldest professional forestry school in the nation.
F&ES offers four 2-year degree programs—Master of Environmental Management (MEM), Master of Environmental Science (MESc), Master of Forestry (MF), and Master of Forest Science (MFS). F&ES also offers two 10-month programs (MEM and MF) for mid-career professionals with at least 7 years of experience.
Areas of study include, but are not limited to: Ecosystem Conservation and Management; Forestry, Forest Science and Forest Management; Business and the Environment; Climate Science, Adaptation and Mitigation; Energy and the Environment; Environmental Policy Analysis; Human Dimensions of Environmental Management; Sustainable Land Management; Sustainable Urban and Industrial Systems; and Water Resources Management.
Joint degree programs are available with Yale Schools of Management; Law; Divinity; Architecture; Public Health; and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (Global Affairs, African Studies, European and Russian Studies, East Asian Studies, and International and Development Economics). Joint degree programs are also available with Vermont Law School and Pace Law School, and a joint program is offered in Management with the Universidad de los Andes in Bogota, Colombia as well as environmental engineering with Tsingua University in China
Interested in learning more about their programs and what it takes to apply? Join us for the info session and register on Handshake.