There are nine Course Tracks that provide students the opportunity to focus his/her/their Joint MS coursework. Course Tracks are organized around one broad topic and aggregate relevant courses from various departments on campus. Because of the inherently interdisciplinary nature of these topics, courses may be represented in more than one Course Track. Select courses are relevant to all nine tracks - these cross-cutting courses may be used for any Course Track.
Although some courses are not offered every year, they are still included in the track. If a new course is identified that has graduate-level rigor and content relevant to a course track, students should submit a Petition for an Exception to request the course be added to the approved Course Track list.
Click each course track below to explore courses in that track.
Science and technology underlying traditional and alternative energy generation and utilization.
range of topics on the impacts of the environment on human health
ecology, conservation, and the science behind land use and agriculture development and decision-making
technology of healthy and sustainable buildings, communities, and cities