Open House and Campus Visits for Admitted Students Cancelled
The open house for admitted students, scheduled for April 2-3, and campus visits for admitted students have been cancelled.
The F&ES admissions office is working to develop a robust selection of online resources to provide admitted students with a comprehensive overview of the School, as well as opportunities to connect with faculty and engage with current students and alumni. These activities will be structured so that admitted students can learn more about the curriculum, the student experience, and co-curricular activities, as well as career search assistance and employment outcomes. The School will soon provide additional information, including dates, times, and registration links to a slate of activities.
A diverse student body of approximately 300 master’s and 75 doctoral students from 38 U.S. states and 41 countries.
Degrees offered: Master of Environmental Management; Master of Environmental Science; Master of Forestry; Master of Forest Science; Ph.D.
One-year master’s available to individuals with seven or more years of relevant professional experience. Five-year bachelor’s-master’s degree for select Yale College students with appropriate undergraduate degree.
Joint master’s degrees offered with Yale Schools of Law, Management, Public Health, Divinity, and Architecture; programs in Global Affairs, African Studies, East Asian Studies, European and Russian Studies, Development Economics; and with Pace University School of Law, Vermont Law School, Tsinghua University (joint environmental engineering program) and Universidad de los Andes (joint MBA program).