Students discuss some of the benefits of working with the faculty at Bard CEP.
Applicants must have successfully completed (earning a B- or better) courses in math and science prior to matriculation. Students lacking any of the prerequisite courses are still encouraged to apply for admission.
Student can earn an M.S. in environmental policy or climate science and policy from Bard CEP as well as another degree from one of our partner institutions. Students pursuing a dual degree must apply to and be accepted by both programs.
Students looking for a private, liberal arts education in the Northeast will find that Bard CEP offers competitively priced M.S. programs compared to many of its top competitors. Tuition is reduced in the second year while students are on their internships.
Bard CEP offers generous financial assistance in the form of fellowships, project assistantships, campus employment, and loans. Financial aid is awarded each year on the basis of academic achievement, financial need, and available funding.