Our new Anthropocene program.
Effective May 2022, the Department of Geography, Environment and Geomatics is offering a new interdisciplinary concentration in ‘The Anthropocene’ as part of its MSc program. Students who choose this concentration will complete 6 graduate courses, and will do either a major research paper or two internships. ‘The Anthropocene’ is an alternative pathway to get your MSc. Admission requirements are the same as for the existing MSc program. Please contact the departmental graduate program director at email@example.com for more information.
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“…A program highlight would’ve been the Glaciology field course to Patagonia. This trip to Southern Patagonia was inspiring on many levels - it allowed us to collect sample data, experience a new and exciting culture, and have our minds blown by the otherworldly landscapes…”
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