Climate Science Applications

Degree: M.S.

Aquire the scientific knowledge and communication skills necessary to inspire effective environmental change in today's culture through Millersville University's graduate-level Climate Science Applications program.

Why Study This Program?

The Climate Science Applications (CSA) specialization is designed for individuals who want to tackle some of the most complex and pressing problems of our age. This concentration within the Integrated Scientific Applications program prepares passionate scientists to effectively interact with regional planners, policy makers, advocacy groups, geoengineers, governments and the public on matters related to climate science.

Millersville University's graduate-level Integrated Scientific Applications program produces exemplary professionals with cross-disciplinary scientific skills and business knowledge. The University developed this degree program in response to local and national trends indicating the need for highly skilled, technically astute scientists possessing good business sense and excellent collaboration skills. You will learn to interpret and articulate climate science information emphasizing impacts on society, infrastructure and critical resources with a specialization in Climate Science Applications. 

Graduates of this program receive a Master of Science (M.S.) degree in Integrated Scientific Applications. 

What Will You Learn?

All Integrated Scientific Applications students ground their study in core courses which explore business operations, accounting and finance, strategic management, statistical applications, environmental economics and more. Courses are offered in face-to-face, online and hybrid formats to complement the schedules of busy professionals. 

The Climate Science Applications specialization recognizes that effectiveness in today's economic and political arena requires more than knowing climate science. The CSA curriculum emphasizes the interpretation and articulation of climate science, prediction, variability and uncertainty in light of current economic policy, business and government operations, sustainability, and impacts on society, infrastructure, population migrations and critical resources.