The program is designed to provide broad interdisciplinary training in those areas of the biological, engineering, physical, chemical, and social sciences that are important in solving environmental problems. Graduates are prepared for careers in both governmental agencies and private companies working on such problems as pollution control, environmental impact, and urban planning, and for careers in environmental education. Students can use this degree to prepare for a PhD. The College has extensive modern laboratories and computer facilities.

Contact Information

Alfred Levine
Professor, Coordinator
Building 1N Room 227
Phone : (718) 982-2822
Fax : (718) 982-2830
Contact Via Email

Click HERE for course information and admission requirements from the Graduate Catalog.

Additional information can be found on the CUNY Graduate Center website HERE

Or contact the Program Coordinator Alfred Levine for any questions about the program