Masters Research

Students take two courses for three credits each to prepare and implement their final Master's research project under the supervision of faculty members:
 

ENS 695 Research in Applied Environmental and Sustainability Studies

As part of the Capstone Option for the MA in Applied Environmental and Sustainability Studies, students will complete a significant research project in environmental and sustainability studies that includes reviewing relevant literature and collecting data. Students will design an independent research project using recognized research methodology and will collect and analyze data under the guidance of their faculty advisor and graduate committee. A learning contract with a clearly defined project must be approved by supervising faculty member.

ENS 696 Reporting Research in Applied Environmental and Sustainability Studies

This course is part of the Capstone option for the MA in Applied Environmental and Sustainability Studies. Students will report on the significant research project in environmental and sustainability studies that they conducted in ENS 695 under the guidance of their faculty advisor. Students will complete a report on their research in a format agreed upon with their faculty advisor. Students will also create a blog post and give an oral presentation supported with visual aids (such as powerpoint) to demonstrate their ability to apply different forms of communication in environmental and sustainability studies. A learning contract with a clearly defined scope of the work and deadlines must be approved by the supervising faculty member.


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