Graduate Degree Programs
The Center for Advanced Bioenergy Research in the College of ACES offers a Master of Science with a Major in Bioenergy and a Concentration in Professional Science Master’s. In addition to receiving training in the general field of bioenergy, students gain relevant professional experience in business and related topics through coursework and an internship. This program is designed for those who seek careers in a science-based setting with significant managerial and leadership responsibilities.
The curriculum requires 42 graduate hours, consisting of a core and elective program, in addition to the required PSM concentration. The areas of specialty are Plants, Soils and Feedstocks; Production, Processing and Use; Environment, Economics and Policy & Law, and Tools and Methods.