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.

MSES Program Director: Dr. Jacob Napieralski

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

MSES Faculty

Melissa Bowlin

Associate Professor of Biology

Anne Danielson-Francois

Associate Professor of Biological Sciences

Matthew Heinicke

Professor of Biology; Chair, Biological Sciences Discipline

Ulrich Kamp

Professor of Earth and Environment; GIS Director; Environmental Internship Advisor

Katherine LaCommare

Lecturer IV in Biology; Chair, Earth and Environment Discipline

Simona Marincean

Associate Professor of Chemistry; Chair, Chemistry Discipline

Jacob Napieralski

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

David Susko

Associate Professor of Biology

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