Master of Science in Environmental Science

The Master of Science in Environmental Science (MSES) is a two-year program designed for students who wish to pursue graduate study on a full or part-time basis so that they can balance professional and personal goals.

All MSES courses are held online, during evening hours, or on Saturdays. As a relatively small interdisciplinary program, we stress personalized, individual attention to graduate student education and research. In-service teachers seeking a science-oriented M.S. degree are welcome.

The MS in Environmental Science offers state-of-the-art research facilities to students and faculty engaged in addressing critical environmental issues.

More about the Program

MS in Environmental Science Faculty

For more information, contact the MSES Program Director Jacob Napieralski.

Melissa Bowlin

Associate Professor of Biology

Anne Danielson-Francois

Associate Professor of Biological Sciences; Chair, Biological Sciences Discipline

Matthew Heinicke

Associate Professor of Biology

Ulrich Kamp

Professor of Earth and Environment; Environmental Internship Advisor

Simona Marincean

Associate Professor of Chemistry

Jacob Napieralski

Professor of Geology; Director, Master of Science in Environmental Science Program (MSES)

David Susko

Associate Professor of Biology; Chair, Earth and Environment Discipline

John Thomas

Professor of Biological Sciences

Sonia M. Tiquia-Arashiro

Professor of Biology and Microbiology

Department of Natural Sciences

114 - Science Faculty Center
4901 Evergreen Road
Dearborn, MI 48128
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Phone: 313-593-5277
Fax: 313-593-4937