Master of Science in Environmental Science
While most starting positions in environmental science require only a bachelor’s degree, a master’s degree increases job market flexibility and supports long-term career advancement. The environmental science program at Carroll University offers a Master of Science degree through a 3+2 program with Alaska Pacific University. In this 3+2 program, you’ll enroll at Carroll for three years, then transfer to APU to complete your education, earning a bachelor’s degree from Carroll and a master’s degree from APU.
Alaska Pacific University (APU)
Alaska Pacific University’s (APU) main campus sits on 170 heavily wooded acres near the center of the city of Anchorage, Alaska. APU offers a Master of Science degree in Environmental Science through our 3+2 agreement. Graduate students at APU work with faculty to develop individualized course programs and field experiences as well as an original research thesis.
Learn more about the Environmental Science program