Underrepresented Students in Sustainability
Our school is looking for people who are driven to move the needle on the world’s greatest environmental challenges, we invite prospective students to explore graduate programs at the University of Michigan’s School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS) and join a panel discussion with current U-M graduate students from underrepresented backgrounds.
What do applicants need to know, ask, and prepare for when successfully applying and choosing a graduate program?
Join Current University of Michigan SEAS students for a frank discussion on your next steps to graduate school. Our admissions coaches will also be there to provide support and guidance too.
Register here and join us on Thursday, November 19th, 2020, at 5pm EST:
Use this Zoom link to join the session live: https://umich.zoom.us/j/91074002112
The graduate programs at U-M SEAS are highly customizable to each student's unique interests and aspirations. Use the links below to explore the programs that we offer.
Master of Science Program
Behavior, Education, and Communication
Conservation Ecology - Ecosystem Science and Management
Environmental Informatics - Geospatial Data Sciences
Environmental Policy and Planning
Sustainability and Development
Master of Landscape Architecture Program
There is no application fee to apply and the GRE is waived / no longer required for the PhD and master's program. Our admissions team is available to answer your questions about the application process and programs. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be connected with an admissions coach.
This is an external event not affiliated with the Career Center nor UMBC.