Environmental Science (ENV)
ENV 590. Graduate Seminar. (1-3 Units)
Prerequisite: Graduate standing in the M.S. in Environmental Science Program or approval by the Program Coordinator. Presentation and discussion of selected topics in environmental science. One to two hours of seminar per week. Repeatable course. A maximum of four units may be applied to the master's degree.
ENV 596. Internship in Environmental Science. (3 Units)
Supervised internship, in the student's area of interest, with a participating agency or company. The internship will be chosen in consultation with the Program Coordinator. A minimum of nine hours per week of internship activity and a final written report are required.
ENV 598. Directed Research. (1-3 Units)
Laboratory and/or field research on a specific subject in environmental science. The research is to be approved and directed by the instructor. Repeatable course. A maximum of three units may be applied to the master's degree.
ENV 599. Thesis. (3 Units)
Research and writing of a thesis to fulfill the thesis requirement for the master's degree. The topic of the thesis to be approved and supervised by the Graduate Advisor, in consultation with the student's Graduate Thesis Committee. Repeatable course. A maximum of three units may be applied to the master's degree.
ENV 600. Graduate Continuation Course. (1 Unit)
Graduate studens who have completed their course work but not their thesis may maintain continuous attendance by enrolling in this course.