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Master of Science in Environmental Science*

The program is designed for working professionals and others who wish to complete an advance program in Environmental Science without disrupting careers. The program is inter-disciplinary with a core and electives. The concentration area is chosen in consultation with advisory committee. Students complete a total of 32 credit hours that include a 6 credit project. The training areas include climate change, watershed management, environmental health, fate and transport of environmental toxicants, soil health, and nutrient and ecosystem management. Project areas are designed to meet the student's needs and can be done in cooperation with employers.
 

NOTE: Two paths for acceptance for  MS in Environmental Sciences and MS in Environmental Management

(1) Complete and submit online application
    •    Be in good financial standing—able to submit official transcripts—with other schools attended.
    •    Submit a written statement of interest 
    •    Submit 3 letters of recommendations
    •    Submit GRE score
    •    Possess a regionally accredited US bachelor’s degree or its foreign equivalent before enrolling in admission courses.
    •    Demonstrate English language proficiency.
    •    Be in good academic and financial standing with Tuskegee University, with no disciplinary or administrative procedures pending.

Full acceptance is based upon submission of all requirements (1 above); and
Acceptance by the department and college/school and TU Online Admissions
    
(2) Complete and submit online application 
    •    Possess a regionally accredited US bachelor’s degree or its foreign equivalent before enrolling in admission courses.
    •    Complete 2 courses online with “B” or better grade  at TU in the desired degree area.

Provisional acceptance is based upon submission of requirements (2 above) plus registration for one course.
Full  acceptance is based on completion of two courses with minimum B grade.

For More Information Contact :
Dr. Souleymane Fall
201 Marie Starke Harper Hall
Email: falls@mytu.tuskegee.edu
Phone: 334-727-8543

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Master of Science in Environmental Management*

The proposed program seeks to provide advanced training in technical and managerial skills in working with a variety of public, private and non-profit entities in the areas of environmental protection, sustainable practices and compliance in the work place. The program will also provide opportunities for potential students who are already in the workforce to obtain advanced training while on the job. Students will develop essential management skills and technical knowledge required to function in a variety of managerial positions within the environmental field. The curriculum will include training in environmental policy, auditing, and management related to various media including air, water, and soil and climate change adaptations.

NOTE: Two paths for acceptance for MS in Environmental Sciences and MS in Environmental Management

(1) Complete and submit online application
    •    Be in good financial standing—able to submit official transcripts—with other schools attended.
    •    Submit a written statement of interest 
    •    Submit 3 letters of recommendations
    •    Submit GRE score
    •    Possess a regionally accredited US bachelor’s degree or its foreign equivalent before enrolling in admission courses.
    •    Demonstrate English language proficiency.
    •    Be in good academic and financial standing with Tuskegee University, with no disciplinary or administrative procedures pending.

Full acceptance is based upon submission of all requirements (1 above); and
Acceptance by the department and college/school and TU Online Admissions
    
(2) Complete and submit online application 
    •    Possess a regionally accredited US bachelor’s degree or its foreign equivalent before enrolling in admission courses.
    •    Complete 2 courses online with “B” or better grade  at TU in the desired degree area.

Provisional acceptance is based upon submission of requirements (2 above) plus registration for one course.
Full  acceptance is based on completion of two courses with minimum B grade.

For More Information Contact :
Dr. Souleymane Fall
201 Marie Starke Harper Hall
Email: falls@mytu.tuskegee.edu
Phone: 334-727-8543

View / Download Master of Science in Environmental Management Curriculum

Click here to Apply Now

Tuskegee University e-learning online degree programs adhere to a rolling admission policy.

Rolling admission means that completed applications are reviewed on an ongoing basis, not after a set deadline. Rolling admission means that applications are accepted until the class reaches capacity. A rolling admission policy encourages early submission of applications.  This means there is no specific deadline to apply for admission, but it is to your advantage to plan ahead and apply early. Slots are filled on a first-come, first-served basis (as long as each applicant meets the school's requirements) until the class is full. Due to the nature of rolling admission, capacity can be difficult to predict.   It is usually mid-to-late Spring. Whenever full subscription of programs occurs, notice  will be posted. Admission offers are issued for a specific term and are valid only for the term specified.

Rolling Admissions will apply to Fall of 2015  Online Degree Programs only.
 


STATEMENT OF ACCREDITATION 

Tuskegee University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award baccalaureate, masters, and doctoral degrees. Contact the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Tuskegee University.

Note: The Commission should be contacted only if there is evidence that appears to support the institution’s significant non-compliance with a requirement or standard. Normal inquiries about Tuskegee University, such as admission requirements, financial aid, educational programs, etc., should be addressed directly to Tuskegee University and not to the Commission’s office.

(During the 2016 SACSCOC Annual Meeting, SACSCOC notified Tuskegee University that it approved it's application to offer distance education to prospective students)

Additional information about SACSCOC may be found on their web page at www.sacscoc.org.