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Bard Center for Environmental Policy Virtual Information Session

posted Nov 13, 2009, 7:04 AM by Angela Shambarger
Bard Center for Environmental Policy Virtual Information Session

Come to learn about graduate programs in environmental policy and climate science and policy!

Who:     Bard Center for Environmental Policy
    Annandale-on-Hudson, New York

What:    Director Eban Goodstein and Admissions Coordinator Molly Williams will talk about new degree         programs, scholarship opportunities, and answer questions about admissions and programs of study.

When:    Wednesday, December 2
    4:30-5:30 p.m.

Where:    Decary 202A

Sponsored by Career Services
Please contact Judy Bellante ( or stop by Decary 119) if you are planning to attend or have questions!


The Bard Center for Environmental Policy offers graduate study and practical training in preparation for environmental careers at the local, national, and international levels. Directed by environmental economist Dr. Eban S. Goodstein, Bard CEP is specifically designed to meet contemporary demands for leadership in all sectors of the economy. This unique and truly interdisciplinary program trains environmental leaders to understand the complex interconnections among the various disciplines involved in environmental policymaking, and to  translate scientific results into feasible and creative strategies to  take on today's most challenging environmental problems. Toward this end, Bard CEP offers the following degree options:

A Master of Science (M.S.) in environmental policy,
A Master of Science and Doctor of Jurisprudence (M.S./J.D.) with Pace 
Law School,
A dual Master's program (M.S./M.A.T.) with the Bard Master of Arts in 
Teaching Program,
A Master's International with the Peace Corps,
A Professional Certificate in environmental policy, and
A Master's of Climate Science and Policy* (NEW)

Distinctive elements include a thematic curriculum, multimedia communication and leadership training, an exceptional faculty, and professional internship placements in the United States and abroad.  The unique coursework features integrated application of the natural and social sciences for the analysis of environmental problems and  responses. Graduates are skilled at using various forms of  communication to build support and consensus for effective  environmental management and direction. The distinguished faculty is composed of experts, practitioners, and researchers who maintain close  rapport with students through individual guidance and advising.  Diverse internship opportunities permit considerable flexibility to meet students' needs and provide hands-on experience to facilitate entry into the job market.

Application Deadlines for fall 2010 enrollment are February 1, 2010 
for early admission, and April 1, 2010 for regular admission. 
Applications are now being accepted. To apply or to find out more, 
please visit website, call 845-758-7073, or email

Judith Bellante, M.S.
Career Services
University of New England
11 Hills Beach Road
Biddeford ME 04005
Fax: 207-602-5987