Master of Environmental Management students choose one of seven specialized program areas as a focal point for their studies.
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meet the marine lab
Our year-round coastal campus in Beaufort, N.C. is home to research, teaching and student life facilities. Whether you spend a day or a year, the Duke University Marine Lab is a unique resource for all of our students.
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applying Geospatial Analysis skills
Discover how Duke's environmental master's degrees provide opportunities to gain cutting-edge skills in geographic information systems (GIS), satellite remote sensing and drone technology.
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Financial Aid Helping Forge Future Leaders
Kendall DeLyser shares insights into her studies and how financial aid support helped her pursue her education.
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Why Taylor Price Chose Duke
Taylor Price MEM'18 shares why the Nicholas School's Master of Environmental Management program was the best choice for her studies in environmental policy.
JOBS THAT MAKE A DIFFERENCE
The majority of our recent graduates report finding a position in their chosen or related field within 6 months of graduation. Of those, 44% are employed in the consulting or private sector, while 24% attained jobs with state, local or the federal government.
I chose the Nicholas School at Duke, first and foremost, because I wanted to be a leader in my career field. I also wanted the best network possible, both among my fellow students while at school, and then as an alumnus of the program."
–reed perry, mem'19
I really like the community here. It means a lot to me when I realize I'm surrounded by people who have the same passion for the environment as I do."
–Sunny QIAO, MEM'19
You’ll find Nicholas School alums pursuing their passion and making positive impacts worldwide. Our programs give them the foundational knowledge and practical skills to become leaders and innovators in a wide array of fields and sectors.
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