MEERM Graduate Programs
Master of Earth & Environmental Resources Management
The School of the Earth, Ocean & Environment offers a Master of Earth & Environmental Resources Management (MEERM) degree, as well as dual MEERM & Juris Doctor (J.D.) degrees through the Environment & Sustainability Program and a cooperative affiliation with the School of Law, respectively. More details may be found on these web pages, the Graduate Bulletin for MEERM, for MEERM/JD Dual Degree, and in the Gradute Student Handbook (note that an updated version for 2013-2014 will be coming soon). These MEERM degrees are designed to provide individual curricula suited for students interested in management positions in earth resources (minerals, water, sustainable development within ecosystems) or environmental resources (safe and effective use or remediation of anthropogenic materials in different ecosystems). The program also allows students with an interest in earth and environmental resources to tailor a graduate degree program to their own particular interests and goals within a wide range of fields supervised by a diverse faculty. Recent MEERM students have come from backgrounds as broad as accounting, journalism, geology and engineering, which allows them to learn from each other as well as from the faculty.
Faculty associated with the Environment & Sustainability Program may be found HERE.
Want to apply? HERE are the application requirements.
Graduate Coordinator for the School of the Earth, Ocean and Environment
office: Jones Physical Sciences Rm 108