The Masters in Environmental Arts and Humanities will prepare students for work in such positions as environmental NGO’s, government and land agencies, advocacy groups, corporations, green business, journalism, conservation and stewardship, formal and informal education, and other environmental positions that require strong communication and reasoning skill sets and humanistic understanding.
Students with a MA in Environmental Humanities will be able to:
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If you meet the basic requirements, we encourage you to apply regardless of your academic background. For formal admission to the program, students must demonstrate a basic level of literacy in both the humanities and the sciences. Generally, an undergraduate major in a humanities or arts field will provide evidence of sufficient understanding of the arts/humanities, and a major in a scientific or natural resource field will provide evidence of sufficient literacy in science. Otherwise, students can demonstrate a sufficient level of understanding by their record of course work, which may be taken as part of the undergraduate degree. Students may be provisionally accepted to the MA in Environmental Arts and Humanities and then take pre-requisite courses while enrolled in the MA, but these will not count toward the MA.
Although ineligible for College-level support, Ecampus students may locate possible funding opportunities on Ecampus's Tuition and Financial Aid site.