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College of Natural & Applied Sciences

College of Natural & Applied Sciences

Admission Requirements



General Admission Requirements

Environmental Science

Degree Requirements


Environmental Science Graduate Program Courses

The Environmental Science Graduate Program is currently making changes to the curriculum.

New course updates will be available November 2014. 


Mission Statement

Mission Statement

Well Measure

Prepare students for

  • Professional employment
  • Advanced

Professional Track


Guam and the Western Pacific offer exceptional professional training and career opportunities

 Environmental science student Vivianna Bendixson

Research Track

M.S. in Environmental Science Research Track

The purpose of the research track is to prepare students for advanced (doctoral level) studies in environmental science and related disciplines, and careers in scientific research or professional work for which a research background is necessary or desirable.  The capstone requirement for the research track is a traditional research thesis, for which the student earns six hours of academic credit. General requirements for research theses are described in the Graduate Bulletin.

MS Environmental Science Home

Master of Science Environmental Science

Since 1997, some 45 graduates have earned their Master of Environmental Science Degree from the University of Guam’s Graduate Environmental Science Program.

Tropical Agriculture Science Program


Advisement Liaison:

Dr. Mari Marutani
Tel: (671) 735-2131 
Contact via email


Biotechnology Workshops

Annual Biotechnology Workshop for High School Students

A very valuable satellite benefit of establishing the molecular biology teaching laboratory at the University of Guam is the opportunity to reach out to the high school community of the island of Guam in efforts to attract students to careers in the bio-medical sciences.  In Spring 2003, 2004 & 2005 biotechnology workshops were organized for high school students from St. John’s High school, Guam.  The workshop was organized by Dr. Odi Diambra of St.

Human Biology

Human Biology Courses