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    Cyburbian
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    MS in Environmental Management

    Anyone know anything about this degree and its use in conjunction with a BA in planning?

    I'm thinking of applying to its program at University of San Francisco.

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    Quote Originally posted by jabba rookie View post
    Anyone know anything about this degree and its use in conjunction with a BA in planning?

    I'm thinking of applying to its program at University of San Francisco.
    What do you think you are going to do with such a degree is the question.
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    It would be very helpful if you wanted to work in the CEQA/NEPA world, or at an environmentally-minded local jurisdiction or federal agency.

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    Hi Jabba, I went to the USF Environmental Management info session last night at the SF main campus. I would have to say that I would like to attend, however I have some reservations. It's expensive. It will cost between $35K-$40K to complete. And some of the classes are "holistic", non science based philosophically motivated courses. I will submit my application, if I am accepted I will strongly consider going, but I'll need to talk to some alumni before I commit.

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