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Elective Courses

Environmental Dynamics

  • CE 481, Environmental Chemistry: Equilibrium Concepts
    3 credits, Fall
  • CE 821, Groundwater Hydraulics
    3 credits, Fall
  • CSS 455, Pollutants in the Soil Environment
    3 credits, Fall
  • ENE 801, Dynamics of Environmental Systems
    3 credits, Spring
  • GLG 421, Environmental Geochemistry
    4 credits, Spring
  • GLG 446, Ecosystems Modeling, Water and Food Security
    3 credits, Fall
  • GLG 821, Aqueous Geochemistry
    3 credits, Fall (odd years)
  • MMG 425, Microbial Ecology
    3 credits, Spring
  • ZOL 897, Ecosystem Ecology and Global Change
    4 credits, Spring (odd years)

Economics, Policy and Law

  • AEC 810, Institutional and Behavioral Economics
    3 credits, Fall
  • AEC 829, The Economics of Environmental Resources
    3 credits, Spring
  • PPL 808, Policy Development and Administration
    3 credits, Spring
  • ACR 846, Law of Environmental Regulation
    3 credits, Fall

Waste Management

  • CE 483, Water and Wastewater Engineering
    3 credits, Fall
  • CE 485, Landfill Design
    3 credits, Spring
  • CE 487, Microbiology for Environmental Science and Engineering
    3 credits, Spring
  • ENE 804, Biological Processes in Environmental Engineering
    3 credits, Fall

Analytical Chemistry

  • CEM 834, Advanced Analytical Chemistry I
    3 credits, Fall
  • CEM 835, Advanced Analytical Chemistry II
    3 credits, Fall
  • CEM 836, Seperation Science
    3 credits, Spring (odd years)
  • CEM 845, Structure and Spectroscopy of Organic Compounds
    3 credits, Fall

Mechanisms of Toxicity

  • ANS 407, Food and Animal Toxicology
    3 credits, Fall
  • EPI 810, Introductory Epidemiology
    3 credits, Fall
  • FSC 807, Advanced Food Toxicology
    3 credits, Fall (even years)

Apply to EITS

If you are already a student in a partnering MSU Graduate Program, consider applying to EITS:

EITS Application (pdf)

Graduate Handbook (pdf)