The Master of Environmental Assessment Program at NC State is growing. New elective courses have been developed for the EA program. Students can take electives in coordination without several certificate programs. For example, EA students can now take courses in renewable energy assessment and military land sustainability as part of their Environmental Assessment Master’s Program.
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The Master of Environmental Assessment (EA) degree is intended for working professionals who seek advanced study beyond the undergraduate level but are not interested in pursuing a career in research.
The Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment provides students and professionals the opportunity to develop recognized academic credentials and advanced expertise in Environmental Assessment.
The Graduate Certificate in Military Land Sustainability is a unique web-based graduate program (non-thesis) that provides students with an understanding of the interrelationships among ecology, economics, policy and culture as factors that influence natural resource conservation and management on and around military lands.
NC State Environmental Assessment is now offering graduate courses on renewable energy development.
Anyone interested in taking courses at NC State University without enrolling in a degree program must first apply as a Post Baccalaureate Studies student. For more information on how to enroll as a Post Baccalaureate Studies (PBS) Student, please visit our Apply page and choose “Online Courses.”