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E-IPER's PhD in Environment and Resources degree requirements are designed to enable students to become first-rate interdisciplinary researchers and to acquire the knowledge and skills to succeed in both academic and non-academic careers. E-IPER's core course curriculum exposes students to current environmental problems and to research design and qualitative and quantitative methods and provides an opportunity for students to get to know diverse faculty. Beyond the core courses, the program's course requirements are structured to be rigorous yet flexible, accommodating the needs of a tremendous range of students' interests and skills while serving the principal goal of creating top-notch interdisciplinary researchers.