C-NSPIRE Graduate Certificate

Priority Deadlines:

  • Fall August 1
  • Spring December 1
  • Summer April 1


  • Pullman

International Student English Proficiency Exams

International students may need to surpass the Graduate School’s minimum English language proficiency exam scores for this program. If the graduate program has unique score requirements, they will be detailed below. Otherwise, please refer to the Graduate School’s minimum score guidelines.

Degree Description:

The certificate is aimed at graduate students with environmental interests in engineering, sciences, and agriculture, although students in the social sciences and other disciplines may also find it valuable and are encouraged to participate. The primary objective is to provide students an interdisciplinary perspective of the science related to the global N- and C-cycles and to introduce students to public policy studies. The C and N cycles are closely coupled and associated with global sustainability issues related to climate change, air & water quality, and other environmental impacts. Given the complexities of the C and N cycles, policy solutions to mitigate the environmental impacts require an integrated management approach.

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