Joint MS Curriculum
E-IPER gives students a focused science, engineering, and technology background, allowing them to integrate science with law, business, and medicine to address critical environmental and sustainability issues. Students interested in a more policy-focused program should explore Stanford's Masters in Public Policy program.
For the 2013-2014 academic year, Joint MS students are required to complete one introductory E-IPER core course:
For All Joint MS students:
To complete their required Capstone Project, all Joint MS students must also take:
ENVRES 290. Capstone Project Seminar in Environment and Resources
It is recommended that students take this course towards the end of their Joint MS Program.
In addition, Joint MS students take a minimum of four graded courses within one Course Track, which provides a strong "science core" to their Joint MS program. Click for a list of courses in each course track
To complete their Joint MS program plan, students work with their advisors to identify a minimum of four additional graded courses from another course track or elsewhere in the University.
Recommended Professional School Courses
The following professional school courses are recommended for Joint MS students. Professional school courses may count exclusively for the Joint MS or may be double counted for the Joint MBA-MS and Joint JD-MS. A maximum of 12 units from the student’s professional school may count toward the Joint MS in either configuration.
Graduate School of Business