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The Master of the Environment (MENV) professional master's degree program is administered by the Environmental Studies Program , and partners with units and disciplines in the community and across the Boulder campus, including the Environmental Design Program, Colorado Law, Leeds School of Business and the Department of Economics. Read more
The Environmental Engineering Program focuses on the fundamental and applied understanding of the processes which govern natural and engineered systems. Read more
A Forest Resource degree from Clemson is designed to provide students with advanced training for scientific-based management of forest resources, products, and services. Read more
The M.S. degree program in Packaging Science is designed to prepare the graduate to work independently in the research, development, and application of new packaging materials and processes. Read more
The Plant and Environmental Sciences (PES) Graduate Program offers areas of study that lead to two graduate degrees. The Master of Science degree (M.S.) and the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree. Read more
The Graduate Program in Environmental Toxicology at Clemson University was established in 1992 and has developed into a truly interdisciplinary academic program with participating faculty from the College of Science, the College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences, and the Department of Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences. Read more