Become a Business Leader Who Can Create Strategies that Benefit Organizations and the Planet
As citizens, businesses and nations become more aware of the environmental impacts of commerce and industry, there’s an increasing need for ethical, skilled leaders who can balance the ever-changing needs of business and the environment. Earning a Master of Science in Environmental Management from Webster University will prepare you to take on these challenges and help ensure the future of your organization and the environment.
As you earn your Environmental Management master’s degree at Webster, you’ll learn to develop, implement and monitor environmental strategies, policies and programs to comply with environmental legislation while advancing sustainable development. By the time you graduate, you’ll have the expertise to assess environmental risk, identify and communicate sustainable solutions to environmental problems, and act as an agent of change.
Complete an Environmental Management Master’s Degree on Your Terms
Whether you’re a recent graduate or a working professional, you should never have to choose between personal, professional and educational time. That’s why we offer an accessible graduate Environmental Management degree with online and in-person class options. Most of our classes meet once a week, in the evening — letting you create a balanced schedule.
Enjoy the freedom to explore your interests as you earn your Environmental Management degree. We work with you to design a course of study that aligns with your career goals. We also offer a concentration in environmental sustainability for managers who want to focus on working with the economic, social and ecological systems connected to their organization.
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Learn From Professionals
When you earn your Master of Science in Environmental Management at Webster, you’ll take small classes that let you work closely with our accomplished faculty mentors. They bring with them years of experience as environmental managers in state and federal agencies, corporations and nonprofit organizations
Fort Leonard Wood Provides Opportunities for Officers
Because many of our students are military officers, our location at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri provides unique opportunities to earn an MS in Environmental Management degree while also completing up to 15 transfer credits toward it in the U.S. Army Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Captains Career Course. Additionally, active military members on deployment can earn their degree through Webster University Online while they serve.
Earn a Dual MBA/MS in Environmental Management Degree
Take your Environmental Management master’s degree to the next level by earning an MBA along with it. Holding dual degrees will help you stand out from other applicants and can greatly increase your salary potential. Requirements for a dual degree with the MBA program generally include the required MBA courses (33 hours) and the required coursework in the Environmental Management master’s program.
Master of Science in Environmental Management
Find out more about the Environmental Management master’s degree curriculum, electives, learning outcomes and more.
Explore our catalog for more details about courses and admission requirements for the Master of Science in Environmental Management.
The Master of Science in Environmental Management program is offered through Webster University Online, and in person at the St. Louis main campus and at the Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri campus.
What Can You Do With an Environmental Management Degree?
Businesses, organizations and government agencies across the country need experts who can help them optimize operations while making sure that the environment and surrounding communities remain safe and healthy. As an environmental manager, you’ll be at the forefront of change and sustainability — implementing programs, strategies and policies rooted in ethics and global citizenship.
Some of the rewarding positions that our Environmental Management master’s graduates
Environmental Scientist and Specialist
Environmental Compliance Technician
Conservation Scientist and Forester
Environmental Restoration Planner
Environmental Health and Safety Specialist
Salaries for Environmental Management master’s graduates
When you graduate with your Master of Science in Environmental Management, you’ll not only enjoy the personal and professional satisfaction of helping secure the future of our planet and local communities — you’ll also enjoy an impressive salary!
On average, Environmental Scientists earn about $76,530, and Natural Science Managers earn a salary of around $136,900, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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