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Internship Program

Master of Science in Land Management and Conservation

The MS internship degree focuses on preparing students to work in the field of conservation through coursework and an internship. Students take courses during the academic year and complete an internship. The degree can be completed in one year. Students conduct an internship in the organization of their choice to explore career options, build connections, put their skills into practice, and gain new skills. Internship hosts benefit from the energy and skills of well trained and highly motivated graduate students, who can assist with existing projects or help develop new ones. Students benefit by gaining new perspectives, putting their skills to practical use, building skills and experiences, and networking with potential future employers. Internships include a minimum of 240 hours.

Past students have undertaken internships with some of the following organizations:

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