Earth and Environmental Resources Management
If you are interested in the scientific/management aspects of environmental and natural resources protection, consider enrolling in the Master of Earth and Environmental Resources Management and Law dual degree program. With MEERM courses grounded in environmental, geological, biological, chemical, marine and environmental health sciences (to name a few), the four-year program allows you to tailor the curriculum to best suit your interests and career goals. Coupled with a strong legal background and firm grasp of environmental law and policy, and you will have the ability to protect the planet--including its water, air, soils, and ecosystems--from both a legal and scientific perspective.
This is a continuing post from 52 Reasons UofSC Law School is a Top 20 Public Law School