Energy Policy, GIS, and the Environment
This is where science, policy, and industry overlap, and where social and global change begins. Examine how technology, research, and education can solve Earth's most pressing challenges.
MS in Energy Policy and Climate Master of Science Online & Onsite Washington, DC
Increased demand for energy. Growing interest in efficient, renewable sources. Heightened awareness of climate change. You can help manage this delicate balance between the changing environment and an energy-dependent society.
MS in Environmental Sciences and Policy Master of Science Online & Onsite Baltimore, MD & Washington, DC
When you combine scientific knowledge with passion for policy and progress, you can become a change agent in organizations dedicated to safeguarding our environment.
MS in Geographic Information Systems Master of Science Online
GIS is a breakthrough technology that’s changed the way we organize, display, analyze, and share spatial information. This data helps scientists, public officials, private companies, and local communities make better decisions.
Certificate in Geographic Information Systems Certificate Online
Gain invaluable experience in geospatial technology to be at the forefront of the digital transformation that is revolutionizing business, government, industries, and social organizations with this online certificate program.
MS in Environmental Sciences and Policy and Certificate in Geographic Information Systems Combined Credential Online & Onsite Washington, DC
The use of Geographic Information Systems has become standard for many environmental professionals. At the same time, environmental work remains one of the most popular and powerful applications of GIS investigations. To enable students to better exploit the complementary nature of the fields, we have eliminated the overlap between the MS in Environmental Science and Policy and the Graduate Certificate in GIS. This enables students to earn both the MS degree and the Graduate Certificate by the completion of a total of 13 courses rather than the 15 courses that would be required to complete the programs separately.