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SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry

Syracuse, New York

1,746+ students

School Description

The State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry (SUNY-ESF, or ESF) is an American, specialized, doctoral-granting institution based in Syracuse, New York. The Foundation seeks to provide the resources necessary to allow the College to achieve its dreams without constraint.

Programs Offered

Biochemistry
the program provides students with the training they need to solve biological problems at the molecu ... lar scale and to contribute to research in current challenging societal issues Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Biomaterials Engineering - Concentration
the areas of study in this program include biocomposite materials, biopolymers, bioactive materials ... and biosensors, and nanocomposites and nanostructured material Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Biophysical and Ecological Engineering
the program helps to develop an understanding of environmental problems and solutions through analys ... es of the relations between the human economy of goods and services and the biophysical economy of networks of energy and material resource flows Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Bioprocess Engineering
the program develops knowledge of biorefinery processes for application in the production of a wide ... spectrum of industrial products and fuels from bioresources, primarily lignocellulosics Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Community Design and Planning
the program addresses design, planning and research with regard to human settlements including discr ... ete traditional communities such as cities, towns, hamlets, and their hinterlands; regional and rural communities connected to agriculture, watersheds and forests; and specialized communitie Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Conservation Biology
ideal for students who wish to expand your career prospects into a wide range of government, conserv ... ation and resource management agencies.it is designed to prepare students for careers in conservation and ecological research in a variety of environments, such as government agencies, conservation organizations, and the private sector Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Construction Management
$16,705
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Construction Management
the primary objective of the program is to allow students with a bachelor's degree in construction o ... r a related field such as architecture, business or engineering to broaden and improve their professional capabilities in construction. the program is designed to meet the growing need for professionals with advanced technical, management and applied research skills in the construction industry Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Coupled Natural and Human Systems
the coupled natural and human systems area of study fosters interdisciplinary research and scholarsh ... ip that explicitly integrates the social and biophysical dimensions of environmental issues using a systems approach Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Cultural Landscape Studies and Conservation
the program prepares students to address preservation planning and management for a range of cultura ... l landscape types including historic sites and settlements, designed landscapes and vernacular landscapes Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Ecological Engineeirng
environmental and ecological engineering empowers students to serve people and the planet. we prepar ... e graduates for work in academia, industry, consulting, and government, with responsibility ranging from the design of drinking water and wastewater treatment systems, to improving air quality, to fostering sustainable development, and to developing sustainable technologies that conserve natural resources Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Ecology
the field of ecology studies the relationships between living organisms and their natural environmen ... t. ecology also analyses researched data and spreads awareness about current issues that put the natural environment in danger. important research areas in the field of ecology are life processes, the movement, distribution and abundance of organisms and the general developments of ecosystems Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Economics, Governance and Human Dimensions
the economics, governance and human dimensions area of study emphasizes the human dimensions of reso ... urce systems involved in the processes of decision-making and action related to how coupled human-natural systems may be managed for sustainable outcomes Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Ecosystem Restoration
the ecosystem restoration study area focuses on the technical, biogeochemical, ecological and cultur ... al aspects of rehabilitating and restoring degraded ecosystems, habitats and landscapes Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Entomology
entomology is the study of insects and their relationship to humans, the environment, and other orga ... nisms. entomologists make great contributions to such diverse fields as agriculture, chemistry, biology, human/animal health, molecular science, criminology, and forensics Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Environmental Chemistry
students learn to examine the fate and transport of chemicals in the environment, including the heal ... th hazards and social impacts associated with chemical pollution.students will study the chemical, physical, and biological reactions of pollutants in the soil, water, and atmospheric systems.they also learn the effects of toxins in the environment and cutting-edge methods of regulating them Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Environmental Communication
this study area addresses the communicative dynamics of the formation of attitudes. it includes deci ... sion making, public policy, public participation, campaign development, organizational effectiveness, and conflict prevention and resolution, which all hinge on the ability of participants to communicate and use information effectively, strategically and ethically Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Environmental Interpretation
the program enables students to explore interpretation/conservation education processes through app ... lication to specific projects in the natural sciences and science education Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Environmental Management
the curriculum draws from coursework in the natural and social sciences and focuses on the complex r ... elationships among science, management, and policy. the purpose of the program is to provide students with an in-depth understanding of natural and social systems that can be applied to environmental and natural resource problem solving in a policy or management context. in addition to course work, students are expected to hone their capacities as leaders and managers Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Environmental Monitoring and Modeling
this study area of this program focuses on multidisciplinary approaches to measuring and modeling en ... vironmental systems and processes Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Environmental Physiology
the program provides students with advanced training in the nature and control of biological process ... es Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Environmental Policy
the environmental policy program combines a background in scientific preparation with training in di ... verse social science, management, and professional disciplines. a focus of this program will be interdisciplinary training on the roles of science that is directly relevant to real-world environmental policy and management issues Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Environmental Resource Management
the curriculum draws from coursework in the natural and social sciences and focuses on the complex r ... elationships among science, management, and policy. the purpose of the program is to provide students with an in-depth understanding of natural and social systems that can be applied to environmental and natural resource problem solving in a policy or management context. in addition to course work, students are expected to hone their capacities as leaders and managers Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Environmental Studies
students in the environmental studies program develop skills that are in high demand. these skills a ... re particularly well suited to bridging the gap between science and policy. students will become leaders in their communities' efforts to protect and/or restore environmental quality. environmental studies graduates work in organizations such as environmental protection agencies; nonprofit environmental advocacy organizations; environmental education organizations; municipal governments; regional planning and resource agencies; and state and national parks and recreation areas Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Forest Management and Operations
the master of forestry (mf) graduate degree program enables students to integrate knowledge and expe ... rtise drawn from both the natural and social sciences, and to apply their knowledge to solve practical forest management problems Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Forest Management and Silviculture
the are of study in this program focuses on sustainable management of forest ecosystems. ... Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Forest Pathology and Mycology
forest pathology and mycology trains students to understand tree diseases and fungi from the perspec ... tive of basic biology and ecology as well as that of societal needs Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Geospatial Information Sciences
geospatial technology plays a key role in many different occupations, including cartography, surveyi ... ng, earth sciences, energy sciences, computer science, state and local governments, criminal justice, statistics, business, and management. the interdisciplinary nature of this field has also allowed for integration into planning, decision-making, and business processes of organization Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Human Dimensions of The Environment
this program incorporates knowledge from both the social and biophysical sciences to examine system ... interactions Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Landscape and Urban Ecology
the purpose of this area of study is to address a range of theoretical and practical applications in ... landscape and urban ecosystems as they relate to the practice of landscape architecture and community design Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Monitoring, Analysis and Modeling
the program focuses on application of statistical and operations research methods and techniques use ... d to sample, describe and predict how individual trees, forest stands and terrestrial ecosystems change over both temporal and spatial scales Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Natural Resources Management
natural resources masters program is a unique, intercollegiate, multidisciplinary program that focus ... es on several aspects of natural resource policy, management, and assessment with an emphasis on parks, recreation and tourism.the natural resources core curriculum prepares professionals who are well versed in policy and regulation and skilled in quantitative assessment. the technical options are designed to enhance students understanding of the processes within an individual option Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Organic Chemistry
program will prepare students to think in an interdisciplinary fashion about problems in chemistry, ... biochemistry and many other related areas of study. curriculum is designed in such a way that it gives research opportunities in all areas of chemistry with a focus on organic chemistry Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Paper Science and Engineering - Concentration
the ares of study in this program inlcude pulping and bleaching processes, colloidal chemistry and f ... iber flocculation, fiber and paper physics, process and environmental systems engineering , and pulp and paper technology Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Plant Biotechnology
the program provides knowledge of the physiology, breeding, and pathology of plants at the molecular ... level and their use in industrial applications Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Plant Science
program which provides students with an excellent opportunity to further their studies in broad area ... s of plant science including agronomy, soil-water relations, plant physiology, ornamental horticulture, entomology, pathology, and weed management Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Polymer Chemistry
masters degrees in polymer chemistry provide advanced training in the analyses of macromolecular com ... pounds and their synthesis Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Sustainable Construction
the program focuses on sustainable construction practices including topics such as energy use in bui ... ldings, material use in sustainable construction, life cycle analysis, environmental rating systems and environmental performance measures Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Sustainable Energy
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Sustainable Engineering Management - Concentration
the areas of study include bioprocess engineering, and paper engineering. ... Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Water and Wetland Resource Studies
the water resources program gives students the problem-solving skills needed in this increasingly im ... portant field.they learn about biological and physical aspects of water in the environment through courses including wetland ecology and management, stream ecology, groundwater-flow and water-quality modeling, and fisheries management Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Water Resource Engineering
the program focuses on applying engineering techniques to reduce impacts on human and natural system ... s. students pursue solutions to water resources problems, in recognition of environmental, economic, legal, social and managerial constraints Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Wildlife Biology
this course of study is designed to equip students with a substantial understanding of the nature an ... d ecology of marine life and grounding in the other overlapping areas of marine science. the program focuses on the ecology and management of wild animals, for their benefit and the benefit of humans. with direct and indirect human impacts on the environment increasing, lands that are inhabited by wildlife species are being changed or lost at unprecedented rates. managing for wildlife in these times includes activities such as study design, data collection and interpretation, and communication to constituencies so policies can be selected that have positive outcomes for wildlife and humans Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply

Location & Climate

  • Locale type: Midsize-City.
  • Spring temperature ranges between NAN°C to NAN°C on average.
  • Summer temperature ranges between 15°C to 31°C on average.
  • Fall temperature ranges between 5°C to 31°C on average.
  • Winter temperature ranges between NAN°C to NAN°C on average.

Contacts

Finances

Avg. Tuition

$17,698

Avg. Boarding

-


Student Info

Student:Faculty

12 : 1

Male:Female

1 : 1


Admissions Info

Acceptance Rate

-

Graduation Rate

72%


Other Info

Scholarships

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Avg. Salary

$42,200


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Programs Offered

Biochemistry
the program provides students with the training they need to solve biological problems at the molecu ... lar scale and to contribute to research in current challenging societal issues Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Biomaterials Engineering - Concentration
the areas of study in this program include biocomposite materials, biopolymers, bioactive materials ... and biosensors, and nanocomposites and nanostructured material Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Biophysical and Ecological Engineering
the program helps to develop an understanding of environmental problems and solutions through analys ... es of the relations between the human economy of goods and services and the biophysical economy of networks of energy and material resource flows Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Bioprocess Engineering
the program develops knowledge of biorefinery processes for application in the production of a wide ... spectrum of industrial products and fuels from bioresources, primarily lignocellulosics Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Community Design and Planning
the program addresses design, planning and research with regard to human settlements including discr ... ete traditional communities such as cities, towns, hamlets, and their hinterlands; regional and rural communities connected to agriculture, watersheds and forests; and specialized communitie Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Conservation Biology
ideal for students who wish to expand your career prospects into a wide range of government, conserv ... ation and resource management agencies.it is designed to prepare students for careers in conservation and ecological research in a variety of environments, such as government agencies, conservation organizations, and the private sector Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Construction Management
... Read More
$16,705
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Construction Management
the primary objective of the program is to allow students with a bachelor's degree in construction o ... r a related field such as architecture, business or engineering to broaden and improve their professional capabilities in construction. the program is designed to meet the growing need for professionals with advanced technical, management and applied research skills in the construction industry Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Coupled Natural and Human Systems
the coupled natural and human systems area of study fosters interdisciplinary research and scholarsh ... ip that explicitly integrates the social and biophysical dimensions of environmental issues using a systems approach Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Cultural Landscape Studies and Conservation
the program prepares students to address preservation planning and management for a range of cultura ... l landscape types including historic sites and settlements, designed landscapes and vernacular landscapes Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Ecological Engineeirng
environmental and ecological engineering empowers students to serve people and the planet. we prepar ... e graduates for work in academia, industry, consulting, and government, with responsibility ranging from the design of drinking water and wastewater treatment systems, to improving air quality, to fostering sustainable development, and to developing sustainable technologies that conserve natural resources Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Ecology
the field of ecology studies the relationships between living organisms and their natural environmen ... t. ecology also analyses researched data and spreads awareness about current issues that put the natural environment in danger. important research areas in the field of ecology are life processes, the movement, distribution and abundance of organisms and the general developments of ecosystems Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Economics, Governance and Human Dimensions
the economics, governance and human dimensions area of study emphasizes the human dimensions of reso ... urce systems involved in the processes of decision-making and action related to how coupled human-natural systems may be managed for sustainable outcomes Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Ecosystem Restoration
the ecosystem restoration study area focuses on the technical, biogeochemical, ecological and cultur ... al aspects of rehabilitating and restoring degraded ecosystems, habitats and landscapes Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Entomology
entomology is the study of insects and their relationship to humans, the environment, and other orga ... nisms. entomologists make great contributions to such diverse fields as agriculture, chemistry, biology, human/animal health, molecular science, criminology, and forensics Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Environmental Chemistry
students learn to examine the fate and transport of chemicals in the environment, including the heal ... th hazards and social impacts associated with chemical pollution.students will study the chemical, physical, and biological reactions of pollutants in the soil, water, and atmospheric systems.they also learn the effects of toxins in the environment and cutting-edge methods of regulating them Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Environmental Communication
this study area addresses the communicative dynamics of the formation of attitudes. it includes deci ... sion making, public policy, public participation, campaign development, organizational effectiveness, and conflict prevention and resolution, which all hinge on the ability of participants to communicate and use information effectively, strategically and ethically Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Environmental Interpretation
the program enables students to explore interpretation/conservation education processes through app ... lication to specific projects in the natural sciences and science education Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Environmental Management
the curriculum draws from coursework in the natural and social sciences and focuses on the complex r ... elationships among science, management, and policy. the purpose of the program is to provide students with an in-depth understanding of natural and social systems that can be applied to environmental and natural resource problem solving in a policy or management context. in addition to course work, students are expected to hone their capacities as leaders and managers Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Environmental Monitoring and Modeling
this study area of this program focuses on multidisciplinary approaches to measuring and modeling en ... vironmental systems and processes Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Environmental Physiology
the program provides students with advanced training in the nature and control of biological process ... es Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Environmental Policy
the environmental policy program combines a background in scientific preparation with training in di ... verse social science, management, and professional disciplines. a focus of this program will be interdisciplinary training on the roles of science that is directly relevant to real-world environmental policy and management issues Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Environmental Resource Management
the curriculum draws from coursework in the natural and social sciences and focuses on the complex r ... elationships among science, management, and policy. the purpose of the program is to provide students with an in-depth understanding of natural and social systems that can be applied to environmental and natural resource problem solving in a policy or management context. in addition to course work, students are expected to hone their capacities as leaders and managers Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Environmental Studies
students in the environmental studies program develop skills that are in high demand. these skills a ... re particularly well suited to bridging the gap between science and policy. students will become leaders in their communities' efforts to protect and/or restore environmental quality. environmental studies graduates work in organizations such as environmental protection agencies; nonprofit environmental advocacy organizations; environmental education organizations; municipal governments; regional planning and resource agencies; and state and national parks and recreation areas Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Forest Management and Operations
the master of forestry (mf) graduate degree program enables students to integrate knowledge and expe ... rtise drawn from both the natural and social sciences, and to apply their knowledge to solve practical forest management problems Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Forest Management and Silviculture
the are of study in this program focuses on sustainable management of forest ecosystems. ... Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Forest Pathology and Mycology
forest pathology and mycology trains students to understand tree diseases and fungi from the perspec ... tive of basic biology and ecology as well as that of societal needs Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Geospatial Information Sciences
geospatial technology plays a key role in many different occupations, including cartography, surveyi ... ng, earth sciences, energy sciences, computer science, state and local governments, criminal justice, statistics, business, and management. the interdisciplinary nature of this field has also allowed for integration into planning, decision-making, and business processes of organization Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Human Dimensions of The Environment
this program incorporates knowledge from both the social and biophysical sciences to examine system ... interactions Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Landscape and Urban Ecology
the purpose of this area of study is to address a range of theoretical and practical applications in ... landscape and urban ecosystems as they relate to the practice of landscape architecture and community design Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Monitoring, Analysis and Modeling
the program focuses on application of statistical and operations research methods and techniques use ... d to sample, describe and predict how individual trees, forest stands and terrestrial ecosystems change over both temporal and spatial scales Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Natural Resources Management
natural resources masters program is a unique, intercollegiate, multidisciplinary program that focus ... es on several aspects of natural resource policy, management, and assessment with an emphasis on parks, recreation and tourism.the natural resources core curriculum prepares professionals who are well versed in policy and regulation and skilled in quantitative assessment. the technical options are designed to enhance students understanding of the processes within an individual option Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Organic Chemistry
program will prepare students to think in an interdisciplinary fashion about problems in chemistry, ... biochemistry and many other related areas of study. curriculum is designed in such a way that it gives research opportunities in all areas of chemistry with a focus on organic chemistry Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Paper Science and Engineering - Concentration
the ares of study in this program inlcude pulping and bleaching processes, colloidal chemistry and f ... iber flocculation, fiber and paper physics, process and environmental systems engineering , and pulp and paper technology Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Plant Biotechnology
the program provides knowledge of the physiology, breeding, and pathology of plants at the molecular ... level and their use in industrial applications Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Plant Science
program which provides students with an excellent opportunity to further their studies in broad area ... s of plant science including agronomy, soil-water relations, plant physiology, ornamental horticulture, entomology, pathology, and weed management Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Polymer Chemistry
masters degrees in polymer chemistry provide advanced training in the analyses of macromolecular com ... pounds and their synthesis Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Sustainable Construction
the program focuses on sustainable construction practices including topics such as energy use in bui ... ldings, material use in sustainable construction, life cycle analysis, environmental rating systems and environmental performance measures Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Sustainable Energy
... Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Sustainable Engineering Management - Concentration
the areas of study include bioprocess engineering, and paper engineering. ... Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Water and Wetland Resource Studies
the water resources program gives students the problem-solving skills needed in this increasingly im ... portant field.they learn about biological and physical aspects of water in the environment through courses including wetland ecology and management, stream ecology, groundwater-flow and water-quality modeling, and fisheries management Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Water Resource Engineering
the program focuses on applying engineering techniques to reduce impacts on human and natural system ... s. students pursue solutions to water resources problems, in recognition of environmental, economic, legal, social and managerial constraints Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply
Wildlife Biology
this course of study is designed to equip students with a substantial understanding of the nature an ... d ecology of marine life and grounding in the other overlapping areas of marine science. the program focuses on the ecology and management of wild animals, for their benefit and the benefit of humans. with direct and indirect human impacts on the environment increasing, lands that are inhabited by wildlife species are being changed or lost at unprecedented rates. managing for wildlife in these times includes activities such as study design, data collection and interpretation, and communication to constituencies so policies can be selected that have positive outcomes for wildlife and humans Read More
-
Tuition Fee
Shortlist Apply

Location & Climate

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