Columbia University invites you to join us on October 20th from 4:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. for the Environmental and Sustainable Development Programs Open House, hosted by the Earth Institute’s Office of Academic and Research Programs, to learn about the many degree and non-degree programs Columbia offers in earth systems, environmental policy, and sustainable development.
At this campus-wide Open House, faculty, students and staff from each of the programs associated with the Earth Institute will be able to talk to you about how their programs can help you reach your goals. Information on alumni and how their programs and this community have helped them will also be on hand. Whether you are interested in becoming an environmental consultant, a development practitioner or a field scientist, Columbia’s environmental and sustainable development community can help.
The Open House will take place in the Low Memorial Library Rotunda (click here for a campus map).
Below is a list of the programs that will be on hand for the Open House.
B.A., Earth and Environmental Science
B.A., Concentration and Post-Baccalaureate; Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Biology
B.S., Earth and Environmental Engineering
Barnard – B.A., Environmental Science
Barnard – B.A., Environmental Biology
Barnard – B.A., Environmental Policy
Special Concentration in Sustainable Development
M.A., Climate and Society
M.A., Conservation Biology
M.A./M.S., Earth and Environmental Science Journalism
M.S., Earth Resources Engineering
M.P.A., Environmental Science and Policy
M.P.A., Development Practice
M.P.H., Environmental Health Sciences
M.I.A./M.P.A., Environmental Policy
M.I.A./M.P.A., International Energy Management and Policy
Ph.D., Sustainable Development
Ph.D., Eng. Sc.D., Earth and Environmental Engineering
Ph.D., Earth and Environmental Sciences
Ph.D., Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Biology
Dr.PH, Ph.D., Environmental Health Sciences
Ph.D., Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences
Ph.D, IGERT Joint Program
The Earth Institute Fellows Program
The Marie Tharp Visiting Fellowship
Science Teacher Education Program
Certificate in Conservation Biology
Summer Ecosystem Experiences for Undergraduates
These programs, along with several non-degree programs, are part of the University’s growing commitment to environmental education. If you want to learn about our planet and how to preserve it, come find out which of our education programs is right for you.
Register for the Open House here.