Apr 25, 2018  
2015-16 University Bulletin 
    
2015-16 University Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Environmental Studies, B.A./B.S./M.S. (Columbia)


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3/2 B.A./B.S. Combined Plan Program
4/2 M.S. Combined Plan Program
M.S. Program in Earth Resources Engineering

Applicants to the joint degree program in environmental studies must apply to Adelphi University and indicate interest in the environmental studies joint degree program.

The Combined Plan Program in Environmental Studies is an educational affiliation between Adelphi University and the Henry Krumb School of Mines at Columbia University. It provides the best higher education experience possible—liberal arts and sciences and engineering; exceptional preparation and training for the professional world. As a qualified environmental studies student, you can pursue bachelor’s- and master’s-level studies at Columbia through three programs

3/2 Adelphi University/Columbia University Combined Plan Program


This program, three years at Adelphi and two years at Columbia, provides you with a B.A. in environmental studies from Adelphi and a B.S. in Earth and Environmental Engineering from Columbia.

4/2 M.S. Adelphi University/Columbia University Combined Plan Program


In this program, students earn a B.A. in Environmental Studies from Adelphi in four years, and then pursue a two-year M.S. degree in Earth Resources Engineering from Columbia.

M.S. Program in Earth Resources Engineering


In addition to the 4/2-year option, Columbia University’s Department of Earth and Environmental Engineering and Adelphi’s Environmental Studies Program collaborate in having Adelphi graduates apply/register for Columbia’s M.S. Program in Earth Resources Engineering. Regardless of major, specific prerequisites are required for entry into this program. Please refer to 4/2 Engineering Combined Plan in the previous section, for prerequisites for students in all majors. Earth and environmental sciences majors are required to take additional prerequisites listed below

Additional Information:


For additional information, consultation about specific courses and advice please contact:

Beth Christensen, Associate Professor and Director of Environmental Studies
Science Building - Room 118
p – (516) 877-4174
e – christensen @adelphi.edu

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