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The graduate certificate program in Environmental Assessment provides students and professionals the opportunity to develop recognized academic credentials and advanced expertise in Environmental Assessment. The certificate program provides excellent opportunities for practicing environmental professionals to stay abreast of new technologies and current government regulations.
The curriculum consists of 12 credit hours selected from the required course listing for the MEA degree. Students may transfer up to 12 credit hours from the Certificate into the Masters of Environmental Assessment (MEA). Students may earn the Certificate as a stand-alone credential or as part of a graduate degree and may apply for entry into the MEA degree while in the Certificate program.
Baccalaureate degree. Application information and requirements for award of a certificate are listed on the Environmental Assessment Certificate website. Students can start this certificate in Fall or Spring semesters.
Award of a certificate requires a GPA of 3.0 or better for the certificate courses (required and elective) and a grade of B- or better in all of the certificate courses.
Other Relevant Information
The Certificate is entirely online.
|EA 505||Environmental Assessment Law & Policy||3|
|or PA 536||Management of Nonprofit Organizations|
|Select three of the following:||9|
|Environmental Risk Assessment|
|Environmental Exposure Assessment|
|Environmental Monitoring and Analysis|
|Fundamentals of Geospatial Information Science and Technology|