The Master of Science in Environmental Science program provides a well- rounded education in life sciences through scientific researches, field exposure and laboratory works, and classroom interactions.
The Master of Science in Environmental Science program is designed to provide students with scientific basis and advanced knowledge on the processes involved in natural ecosystems and understanding of the bio-physical interactions undergoing within them. It focuses on the study of environmental ecosystems, impact of industrialization, economics, regulation, ethics, law, and management issues. Students have the opportunity to focus their courses of study in directions of environmental administration, emergency management, and waste management and pollution.
Graduates of the program can use their expertise in careers as field researchers, environmental officers, protected area supervisors, environmental impact assessors, laboratory analysts or field research coordinators.
For New Applicants:
For DLSU-D graduates
Other requirements for foreign student applicants: