Skip to Main Content

Overview

Through an innovative curriculum and internship experience, we emphasize development of professional skills in environmental management, policy analysis, written and verbal communication, environmental journalism, climate impact in the environment and environmental stewardship.

Focus

Exposes students to diverse areas of environmental policy and management, including:

  • Conservation biology
  • Water resource management
  • Public land management
  • Environmental analysis using GIS and statistical methods

Target Audience

Ideal for current practitioners interested in career and leadership development. Students get:

  • Access to state-of-the-art labs and instruments
  • Hands-on expert-led workshops
  • Networking opportunities with established practitioners

Key Information

  • Accepts a new cohort only in the Fall semester (August) of each year
  • Classes held at FIU’s I-75 (Miramar) Campus
  • Classes meet on Wednesday evenings (6:00 – 9:00 pm) and Saturdays (9:00 am – 4:45 pm) only
  • Whole program costs $30,000 (All fees are subject to change)
  • Total of 36 credit hours (4 semesters) required to graduate

Courses

Explore the curriculum that will prepare you to launch your career in private and public sectors with international and non-governmental organizations.

Review Coursework

Meet Our Students

Get to know current and former students from our program:

Cohort 4 students pose together.

Cohort 4

Cohort 1 students pose together.

Cohort 1