The Master of Environmental Horticulture (MEH) degree is a coursework-based degree, focused on restoration, horticulture and environmental management. This program is an applied degree with an emphasis on real-world problem-solving, and the products that may be created in lieu of a formal thesis include management plans, designed experiments, actual installations, web utilities, vegetation assessments and others. The holder of an MEH degree may proceed on in academia if they choose. View requirements for the MEH degree on the MEH Green Sheet and more SEFS graduate school forms.
PLEASE NOTE: MEH and MFR students do not receive funding from the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences upon admission.
The MEH program requires three to four quarters of coursework in addition to two to three quarters of independent project work. A thesis is not required for this program, but an applied project must be completed. All requirements of the graduate school and the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences apply.
The following courses are program requirements for the MEH degree:
SEFS 510 Graduate Studies in Forest Soils (three credits)
SEFS 523 Environmental Applications of Plants, Bioengineering and Bioremediation (three credits)
SEFS 530 Introduction to Restoration Ecology (five credits)
Students must select additional courses in related areas of specialization. We encourage quantitative courses and those that provide analytical skills, GIS skills, etc.
Electives at the 400 or 500 level (four to seven credits)
A formal public presentation and written paper are required. The student will be advised on his/her project by a committee of three people, including at least two faculty within the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences. The project will be completed as SEFS 601/600.