University of Michigan School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS)

The School for Environment and Sustainability offers Teach for America and other AmeriCorps alumni who are admitted to master's program, a tuition fellowship matching their educational award up to $5,000. These funds may be combined with other merit-based fellowships and awards. A waiver of the application fee is available by request.


The School for Environment and Sustainability's overarching objective is to contribute to the protection of the Earth's resources and the achievement of a sustainable and just society. Through research, teaching and outreach, faculty, staff and students are devoted to generating knowledge and developing policies, techniques and skills to help practitioners manage and conserve natural and environmental resources to meet the full range of human needs on a sustainable basis.

The professional MS degree prepares students for leadership positions in environmental sustainability. Hallmarks of the program include field-based learning, science-based decision making, real-world training in professional situations, and practical, effective approaches to behavior change. In the MLA, students learn ecological principles of sustainable design and how to employ them in all settings, from the inner city to open countryside.

Degree Programs offered:

  • MS in Natural Resources & Environment
  • MLA in Landscape Architecture
  • PhD in Natural Resources & Environment
  • Dual Degree Parterships with MBA, JD, MURP, MSE

 

Contact Information
Contact Name: 
Jung Koral
Phone: 
734-763-4927
Institution Address
440 Church Street, 1520 Dana Building
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1041
Profile
Institution Type: 
Public
Institution Programs: 
Graduate
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