Yale undergraduate students with an interest in pursuing graduate studies related to environmental issues have the opportunity to learn about an amazing program this Thursday, September 27th from 12:00 – 1:30 PM in Harkness Hall, Room 002. Lunch will be provided.
The Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies offers a joint degree, five-year option that culminates in a Baccalaureate and Master’s degree intended for students who want to pursue careers in an environmental field. The joint degree option is available to all undergraduates in Yale College and allows them to earn their Master’s degree with just one additional year of school after graduating from Yale College.
Students interested in pursuing the Five-Year Program with F&ES should join the information session with F&ES Director of Admissions, Rebecca DeSalvo, and Chair of Environmental Studies, John Wargo.
More details about this event can be found here.
Read more about the Five-Year Program and its undergraduate requirements here.