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Eligible seniors in this school can participate in a 4-years-plus-1-year bachelorís/masterís degree program sequence combining a bachelorís degree in environmental science with a Master of Science in interdisciplinary ecology.

The combined-degree program leaves the existing bachelorís degree program intact, except that students can substitute up to nine hours of graduate courses for undergraduate electives, as approved by the school. These graduate courses are double-counted toward the 38 credits required for the Master of Science, which can be completed in a year (3-4 semesters) after the bachelorís degree.

Courses available to students seeking the combined degree, to be taken for graduate credit during the senior year, include courses identified, in the graduate degree curriculum in Interdisciplinary Ecology as meeting the requirements for Principles of Ecology and for Particular Systems and courses in the subject areas of Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, and Sustainability Studies (web.cnre.ufl.edu/curriculum.htm).


  • Completion of all pre-professional requirements and 15 hours of the environmental science core courses
  • Senior status (4NE)
  • Minimum junior-senior level GPA of 3.3
  • Minimum total combined GRE score of 1100.
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