Master of Science in Environmental Metrology & Policy

The new Master of Science in Environmental Metrology & Policy program (EMAP) at Georgetown University, Washington DC is a joint endeavor between Georgetown, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

In this dynamic interdisciplinary program, the first of its kind in the nation, students learn to combine and apply new scientific and technical skills in policymaking settings. Integrated metrology and policymaking core courses prepare students to pursue sequential research-oriented courses and enrich their working knowledge further through electives in economics, government, ethics, and environmental data science. With access to state-of-the-art metrology instruments, students learn by working with leading scientists and policy makers.

The two-year program includes a 10-week program-funded summer internship at NIST and EPA. In addition, the after-work course schedule offers students the possibility of pursuing the program while working full- or part-time.

More information can be found this insightful brochure and on EMAP’s website.

Deadlines for best consideration:
Priority  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . January 15, 2019
U. S. applicants . . . . . . . . . April 1, 2019
Foreign applicants. . . . . . . March 1, 2019

MPA in Environmental Science and Policy

“A unique one-year program that prepares students, committed to environmental protection, for leadership positions in sustainability.”

 

Columbia University’s MPA in Environmental Science and Policy is the only public policy program in the country to anchor the study of sustainability policy and management in basic applied environmental science. In the one-year program, students learn basic applied environmental science, policy analysis, and management. The program emphasizes practical skills and hands-on learning. Graduates join an international network of alumni, who are making a real difference from positions in government, business, and civil society.

There will be an online information session on October 22.

Deadlines to apply:

November 1, 2018 – Early Decision Application Deadline
January 15, 2019 – Fellowship Consideration Deadline
February 15, 2019 – Final Application Deadline

More information can be found on the program’s website, Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter.

Master of Science in Environmental Metrology & Policy Program in Georgetown University

Are you a graduating senior pondering about what to do next? Georgetown University is offering a program for Master of Science in Environmental Metrology & Policy. The program involves a unique collaboration with Georgetown University, the US National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST), the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and Agilent Technologies, Inc. to bring deeper understanding in environmental chemistry, metrology, risk assessment, law and more. The curriculum is a two years/40 credits, after-work course schedule and includes research-oriented courses. This rigorous curriculum also includes a program funded 10 week summer research internships at NIST and EPA. The application deadline for the program is July 1st, 2018. For more information, click here for the brochure or visit emap.georgetown.edu.

Masters of Science in Environmental Metrology & Policy

The Masters of Science in Environmental Metrology & Policy (EMAP) is a unique joint environmental measurements science (metrology) and policy program between Georgetown University, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
This interdisciplinary program offers rigorous classroom learning and rich hands-on real-life research experience in environmental metrology & policy making on how to reliably identify and quantify toxic and hazardous environmental stressors with the state-of-the-art instruments, assess their impacts to human health and ecological risks, and use the best available scientific data to support development of viable environmental policies and laws for the betterment of the world. For more information, see the attached flyer