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Two graduate certificate options:
Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law, governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations. The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses: Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730: Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750: Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM 830: Environmental Health
  • EVRN 745: Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620: Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management: Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment or Environmental Justice should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment or environmental justice certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment or Environmental Justice program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment or environmental justice certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options:Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options:Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options:Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options:

Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wishing to enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment program will apply through the Graduate School. A student must be in good standing with their graduate degree program in order to participate in the certificate program. A graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission. Awarding of certificates will be handled consistent with guidelines and timing of degree awards of the Graduate School. Completion of the certificate will appear on the graduate transcript. KU graduate students should submit the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program and its relationship to your graduate course of study.
  • An unofficial copy of your KU transcript.
  • A letter of support from your graduate degree program (your advisor or graduate director).


 


Courses Available in Leavenworth
Courses for the Certificate in Environmental Assessment are also available in Leavenworth, Kansas. Learn more.

Two graduate certificate options: Environmental Assessment and Environmental Justice

 

Ready to acquire knowledge and skills along with a prestigious KU credential? The graduate-level certificates within KU’s Environmental Assessment program are a great option. Plus, the credits you earn can be applied toward a full Professional Science Master degree or potentially another KU degree. Learn more about the two options below, and then inquire today for more information and to start the process of earning your KU graduate certificate.

 

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment

 

Industries ranging from architecture, engineering and public policy require continued professional education for a variety of roles. The environmental assessment certificate provides certified specialization that professionals in these fields can add to existing credentials.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

  • EVRN 611: Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecosystems
  • EVRN 616: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy
  • One EVRN elective course

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an interdisciplinary field of study including environmental law,  governance, policy, planning, philosophy, development, sustainability and ecology. Environmental justice emerged from an increased awareness of the disproportionately high impacts of environmental change and degradation on economically and politically disadvantaged communities. It addresses issues such as social, economic and political marginalization of minorities and low income populations.

The certificate requires the successful completion of four courses, 3 credit hours each:

Required Courses:

  • EVRN 528: Environmental Justice and Public Policy OR ISP/EVRN 673: Environmental Justice
  • EVRN 721: Environmental Regulation and Policy

Elective Courses:  Select one elective from each of the following two areas:

Science and Technology: (Choose one):

  • EVRN 730:  Environmental Toxicology
  • EVRN 750:  Environmental Air Quality Assessment
  • PRVM  830:  Environmental Health    
  • EVRN 745:  Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics

Policy, Society, and Ethics (Choose one):

  • EVRN 620:  Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628: The Politics of Public Health (cross-listed as POLS 628)
  • EVRN 701: Climate Change, Ecological Change and Social Change
  • ISP 800: Indigenous Issues in the United States
  • ISP 874: Natural Resource Management:  Indigenous Perspectives

Admissions Information

Individuals interested in applying to the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in one of the following areas: natural, physical, or applied sciences, engineering, or related fields, OR coursework of at least 20 credit hours in the natural and applied sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, environmental sciences, or engineering).

For those without the necessary background courses in undergraduate science and mathematics, some additional coursework would need to be completed prior to the start of the graduate certificate program. Prospective applicants to the program are encouraged to contact the program director at psm-ea@ku.edu to discuss past coursework.

Individuals who are not already enrolled as KU graduate students must complete an application to the Graduate School for admission into the certificate program and submit an application fee along with the following materials:

  • A Statement of Interest in the environmental assessment certificate program. This 1-2 page narrative should summarize your education, employment history, your long-term career goals, and how this certificate will help you achieve these goals.
  • Official undergraduate transcript.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your academic work or qualified to offer judgment on your ability to undertake graduate-level work (former professor of instructor, workplace supervisor).

Current KU graduate students wis