The Office of Career Exploration & Development and The Gilpatrick Center for Student Research & Fellowships empower students to integrate their liberal arts education in achieving a lifetime of personal and professional fulfillment. We provide programs, partnerships and resources that guide career exploration and promote students’ ability to live, work, and lead in a complex world.
Denison University will be closed for the holidays from December 24, 2014 through January 1, 2015.
Denison offers a cooperative program with Duke University in the areas of Environmental Management and Forestry.
You can earn the bachelor's degree from Denison and the master's in either Environmental Management or Forestry from Duke after spending three years at Denison and two years at Duke's School of the Environment. The major program emphases at Duke are resource economics and policy, water and air resources, forest resource management, resource ecology and ecotoxicology and environmental chemistry.
An undergraduate major at Denison in natural or social science or pre-professional emphasis in business or engineering is good preparation for the Duke programs, but any undergraduate concentration will be considered for admission. If you are interested in this program, however, you should take at least one year each in biology, mathematical sciences, and economics at Denison.