Students must be matriculated graduate or professional students or graduate non-matriculated (GNM) students to be eligible to apply to the Environmental Management Certificate program.
Prior to admission, students must have completed a one quarter upper-level or graduate-level course in each of the following:
- applied quantitative methods (e.g., microeconomics, numerical modeling, applied statistical methods) or pure quantitative methods (e.g., mathematics or statistics);
- social or natural science.
In addition, strong interpersonal and written and verbal communication skills are required.
Admission is competitive and students are selected on the basis of their academic preparation, ability and program fit.
When to Apply
Applications are accepted and reviewed twice a year. Well-qualified applicants will be admitted on a space-available basis, therefore students are encouraged to apply in January.
Application Deadlines for the 2014-2015 academic year are:
- Friday, January 16, 2015 (Priority Deadline)
- Friday, April 17, 2015
Admission Application Procedures
Students are strongly encouraged to speak with the Program Director prior to submitting their application. Please call (206) 221-0743, or email email@example.com, or stop by the PoE offices in Wallace Hall.
EM Application Form
To apply for admission, submit the application form (Word doc) and the following documents to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Letter of application (about 500 words, or 1-2 pages). Your application serves as a writing sample and should: 1) address in detail how you anticipate the program will help you meet your academic and professional goals; 2) Demonstrate your experience and interest in the environmental field.
- Resume or CV. Please include your education and work experience.
- Transcripts. Undergraduate and graduate transcripts from all educational institutions attended – including your current UW transcripts. Unofficial copies are fine.
Our admissions committee carefully considers all completed applications. Decisions are based on the student’s letter of application, academic record and experience, and potential fit with the Keystone Projects.