Master | Environmental Assessment
The Master of Environmental Assessment (EA) degree is intended for working professionals who seek advanced study beyond the undergraduate level but are not interested in pursuing a career in research. The program requires 30 credit hours. Twenty-two credit hours will be in required courses with the remaining 8 hours selected from a list of elective courses or equivalent. No thesis is required. For details about the Master of Environmental Assessment, please see the program web site.
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This master's degree requires 30 credits. At 2019-20 tuition rates, the cost of the required courses is $462 per credit for North Carolina residents and $1,311 per credit for non-residents. Thus, the total estimated cost for the 30-credit program is $13,860 for North Carolina residents and $39,330 for non-residents. See Online and Distance Education Tuition and Fees for cost details.
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March 18, 2016
Online Program Prepares Graduating Student for Career in Parks and Rec
For graduating student Micah Dobson, NC State’s Professional Master of Parks, Recreation, Tourism and Sport Management program has better prepared him for his career and continued advocacy of leisure activity.
March 18, 2016
Online Alumna Earns Master’s Degree While Starting a Career
Jennifer Powell was able to start a career while earning her master’s degree in Environmental Assessment with NC State Online and Distance Education.