Master of Science in Environmental Science FAQs
Do I need to secure a potential faculty advisor before I can submit an application to the program?
The MS in Environmental Science degree program is a non-thesis program, securing a potential faculty advisor is not required.
Can I use an unofficial transcript for application purposes?
Official transcripts are required for admission into the MS in Environmental Science program. International applicants must have their official transcripts evaluated by a NACES accredited evaluation service. See this page for more details: https://cogs.georgiasouthern.edu/admission/applynow/
Do I need to submit GRE scores upon applying to the program?
The GRE is not required for admission to the MS in Environmental Science program.
Will the department provide opportunities for funding an assistantship?
The MS in Environmental Science degree program is a non-thesis program, there are no assistantships or other types of support available.
Is a BS degree in Environmental Science required for admission to the program?
No, the MS in Environmental Science is an interdisciplinary degree program and a BS in any of the natural science disciplines is sufficient.
Is there an application deadline?
Yes, the application deadline for the MS in Environmental Science is November 15 for admission in the Spring semester and April 1 for admission in the Fall semester.
Is there a possibility of getting my application fee waived?
We are unable to waive the application fee for the MS in Environmental Science program.
Last updated: 11/10/2022