ECO Undergraduate and Graduate Degree Programs

We are training the next generation of environmental stewards through degree programs that encompass wildlife conservation, forestry, building technology, social, economic, and policy dimensions of natural resources, urban forestry, fisheries, and more.

ECO undergraduate programs include three B.S. degree programs, three Minors, and a two-year A.S. program in the Stockbridge School. We also offer graduate programs in Environmental Conservation or Building Systems leading to M.S. or Ph.D. degrees.

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Undergraduate Programs

Building and Construction Technology
Study sustainable construction management, green building, materials, and building engineering technology with this interdisciplinary major. 4-year – Leading to a B.S.

Natural Resources Conservation
Study Environmental Conservation, Fisheries Ecology & Conservation, Forest Ecology & Conservation, Urban Forestry & Arboriculture, Water Resources, Wildlife Ecology & Conservation. 4-year – Leading to a B.S.

Environmental Science
Study the Environment. 4-year – Leading to a B.S.


Arboriculture and Community Forest Management
Study Urban Forestry & Arboriculture. 2-year – Leading to an A.S. (Stockbridge School)


Learn more about our undergraduate programs

Graduate Programs

Environmental Conservation
Study Building Systems, Environmental Policy and Human Dimensions, Forest Resources and Arboriculture, Water, Wetlands and Watersheds, or Wildlife, Fish and Conservation Biology. Leading to an M.S. (professional or thesis) or Ph.D.

Study sustainability in this interdisciplinary professional Master’s program. Leading to an M.S.

Learn more about our graduate programs