Master in Environmental Management (MEM)
Coming Summer 2014*
Using the ecological diversity, natural resource wealth, and emerging sustainable community movements of the Colorado Rockies as its central classroom, Western’s MEM offers interdisciplinary training for building environmental and community resilience. Western’s MEM prepares students for careers such as environmental nonprofit development, sustainability coordinating for municipalities and universities, green business consulting, water and land conservation, and public lands management. The MEM's field research, service-learning, and final Masters projects will immerse students in the problem-solving partnerships of Western's Center for Environmental Studies.
Tailor your degree
- Residential campus in the heart of the Rockies or distance program for global perspective.
- Two-year Masters or one-year Certificate of Graduate Study.
- Integrative Land Management or Sustainable and Resilient Communities track.
- Masters Project and Portfolio shaped for your environmental career vision.
MEM Program Information
- MEM Courses
- Residential and Distance Options
- Tuition and Financial Aid
- TOEFL Testing Information--minimum score 79/120 required
- Contact: Director of MEM, Dr. John Hausdoerffer 970.943.3450 firstname.lastname@example.org
*Western, CCHE, DHE Approved; Higher Learning Commission Accredited.