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Conservation Biology Professional Science Master's

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The Professional Science Master’s (PSM) in Conservation Biology provides students with high-quality training in evaluating, understanding, and providing solutions to society’s conservation challenges. The program teaches relevant skills, provides expertise to meet workforce needs and prepares graduates for careers in the public and private sectors. By producing experts who are able to critically think and provide leadership in conservation biology, this program has the potential to transform both the professionals who work in the discipline as well as the field of conservation biology.  

The PSM in Conservation Biology combines traditional biological sciences with business, communications, law, politics, urban and regional planning, and environmental engineering. The goal of the program is to produce biologists capable of working within the broader arena of environmental politics, law, and economics; to communicate issues of conservation biology to diverse audiences; and to recommend solutions to policy makers, the general public, and industry.

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