3+2 Info Session / Pizza Lunch
Thursday, November 14, 2013
Join Molly Williams and Dr. Eban Goodstein to learn more about Bard Center for Environmental Policy's 3+2 Program for undergraduates. A Pizza Lunch will be provided (with gluten-free and vegan options).
We look forward to speaking with you then!
Bard 3+2 ProgramBard College undergraduates may proceed directly from three years of undergraduate study at Bard to one of the two-year master’s degree programs (MS in environmental policy or MS in climate science and policy) outlined here. Interested Bard students should apply in their junior year. Completion of Bard distribution requirements, successful moderation into a program of study, and approval from their undergraduate advisor is required to qualify. Interested students should inquire as soon as possible to ensure they meet all requirements.
Accepted students spend two years at Bard completing the master’s degree. The master’s project, usually in the form of a thesis, serves as the student’s senior project, with an undergraduate advisor serving as the second reader. Graduates of the program receive a B.A. and an M.S. from Bard in five years.
Dane Klinger BA/MS '06
PhD Student, Stanford University
“The Bard CEP curriculum provides a broad foundation in the science, economics, and politics behind environmental policy. It prepared me to work across disciplines to better understand and help solve modern environmental problems.”
Download: 3+2 Talk.pdf
For more information, call 845-758-7071, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Time: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Location: RKC 200
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