The Environmental Science Master of Science Program is an innovative interdisciplinary program within the School of Natural Sciences offering training in science and technology in the context of environmental policy. We prepare students for careers in applied scientific research, environmental resource management, environmental consulting, industry, non-profit organizations, environmental education, and further education in doctoral programs.

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Monterey Herald features Professor Doug Smith and masters student Joey Klein

School of Natural Sciences Professor, Doug Smith, and CSU Monterey Bay masters student, Joey Klein, were recently featured in the Monterey Herald. The articled reviewed their recent surveying trip at the Carmel River and the environmental response to the November 2015 removal of the San Clemente dam. To read more about their research, check out the article on the Monterey Herald website.

AMWS Alumni currently serves as a California State Sea Grant Fellow at the Coastal Conservancy

Carrie Boyle, a recent graduate of the Applied Marine and Watershed Science master’s program at CSUMB (now known as ENSCI), has spent the past year serving as a California State Sea Grant Fellow at the Coastal Conservancy.

AMWS Alumni tackles Climate Science at the South Pole

Cherisa Friedlander, a recent graduate of the Applied Marine and Watershed Science master’s program (now known as ENSCI), has been on quite the adventure since graduation. Directly following commencement, she embarked on a 13-month assignment at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station in Antarctica.

Graduate student recounts her effort to remove marine debris from California’s Channel Islands

Michaela Miller, 2nd year graduate student in the Applied Marine and Watershed Science (AMWS) master’s program, is working hard to combat marine debris on California's Channel Islands as part of her Professional Science Master’s (PSM) project.