The master's degree is intended for both professionals and graduates from undergraduate programs related to the environment. Students can enter the program from various disciplines: Biology, Environmental Sciences, Chemistry, Engineering, Journalism, Architecture, etc.
Students who come from undergraduate degree programs in the environmental sciences will be trained to conduct technical and research work in various aspects of the environment.
Professionals and students who come from other undergraduate backgrounds will gain an in-depth understanding of the natural environment and the breadth of tasks and actors involved in its management. This will enable them to orient their prior education by turning toward work in the field of the environment.
The master's degree program administration proposes a list of candidates for admission to the School's Board of Management. Final admission is decided on by the Postgraduate Studies Committee.