The Master of Environmental Studies (MES) program offers students a multitude of opportunities to get involved on campus and around the region. Take a look at just some of the professional and academic experiences available to you as Penn student.
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For guidelines on getting started in the Master of Environmental Studies program, curriculum, policies and procedures, and more, refer to the MES Student Handbook (PDF).
For information on Special Degree Programs offered through the Master of Environmental Studies, including academic requirements, program schedules, policies and resources at Penn, please refer to the MES Special Degrees Student Handbook (PDF).
Eager to learn more? Here are some helpful resources about Penn, our networks and beyond.
- Department of Earth and Environmental Science
- University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
- Morris Arboretum Internship Program
- Cartographic Modeling Lab at the Perelman School of Medicine
- University of Pennsylvania Fels Institute of Government
- Penn’s Center for the Advanced Study of India (CASI)
- Kleinman Center for Energy Policy
- Penn Program on Regulation
- Wharton Risk Center