The M.S. in Sustainability is a 30-credit-hour degree that incorporates knowledge of science, technology, business, and policy to provide an interdisciplinary foundation in sustainability science.
The Ph.D. in Sustainability Science is 46-credit-hour, research-intensive concentration within the Integrated & Applied Sciences program.
The M.S. in Urban Planning and Development is a 45-credit-hour degree with specializations in community development, economic development, real estate development, and environmental and sustainability planning.
The M.S. in Geographic Information Science (GIScience) is a 30-credit-hour degree that combines geospatial theory and practical training with geographic information systems (GIS) software to prepare students to meet the increasing demand for geospatial scientists.
The Graduate Certificate in Advanced Remote Sensing and GIS is a 15-credit-hour program in which students use spatial problem solving to address current issues, including environmental quality, climate change, sustainability of natural and nonrenewable resources, and the impact of human activities on the environment.