Global Masters Scholars in Geography or Environmental Science
Now Accepting Applications for Fall 2021
Earn your bachelors degree in geography or environmental science from DU and your MS from a strategic international partner.
The Department of Geography is actively recruiting Global Masters Scholars, students who can complete accelerated coursework with high marks for the opportunity to earn their master's from a prestigious university abroad. Working with DU's Office of Internationalization, we have aligned coursework and research opportunities to provide seamless transition from DU to our international partners.
Global Masters Scholar opportunities are now avail with the following universities:
Lund University, Lund, Sweden
Lund is ranked 16th among geography departments worldwide. Available to students majoring in geography or environmental science, this program offers opportunities for advanced study in either physical geography and ecosystem science or human geography. Students will earn a BA degree in Geography or a BA or BS degree in Environmental Science from the University of Denver and a Master of Science degree. MS degree program options:
- Department of Physical Geography and Ecosystem Science: MS (Physical Geography and Ecosystem Science), MS (Geographical Information Systems).
- Department of Human Geography: MS (Human Geography), MS (Human Ecology), MS (International Development and Management)
University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia
The Environmental Science Program at UWA is ranked 18th among environmental science programs worldwide. Available to students majoring in Environmental Science, this program offers opportunities with the School for Agriculture and Environment for advanced study in a variety of environmental fields. Students will earn a BA or BS degree in Environmental Science from the University of Denver and a Master of Science degree in Environmental Science. UWA Masters of Environmental Science has five specializations: Environmental Management, Marine and Coastal Management, Catchments and Water, Environmental Rehabilitation, and Sensing and Spatial Analysis