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    Bioremediation lab
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    Kick Net Sampling
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    Stormwater Management
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    Water treatment tour
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    Creek monitoring
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    Stream survey
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    Sooner Power Plant
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    Rain garden
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    Prescribed fire
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    Research Award
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    HAZWOPER training

The Environmental Science Graduate Program prepares graduate students for careers as environmental scientists with the knowledge and skills needed to find practical solutions to complex environmental problems. The interdisciplinary degree program attracts and produces students capable of thinking beyond a single discipline. We work with 30 different departments on campus so our students can choose from more than 200 courses to develop a plan of study which addresses their individual career goals. We offer both Master of Science and Doctoral (Ph.D.) degrees, and we developed the first Professional Science Master's degree in Oklahoma. Our unique approach to graduate education offers flexibility, with coursework offered at our main campus in Stillwater and at our satellite location at OSU-Tulsa.

This program is the academic institution member of the National Professional Science Master's Association (NPSMA).


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