The Master of Science in Environmental Science at Washington State University is an interdisciplinary program that provides students with a comprehensive understanding of key environmental issues and the tools needed to address them. This two-year degree provides students with the flexibility to pursue elective courses in their own areas of specialization, such as ecosystem science and management, ecological planning, land and water conservation, air quality management, water quality management, energy and carbon policy. Most students conclude their studies with a thesis project that makes an original contribution to the field. Graduates from this program are equipped with the skills and knowledge needed to work on projects aimed at improving sustainability outcomes and making a positive impact on our environment. With strong job opportunities available in public and private sectors worldwide, this program provides students with excellent career prospects and the potential to make meaningful contributions towards preserving our planet's resources.