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The ESE program provides students with an innovative, interdisciplinary educational experience that integrates science, engineering, and human dimension concepts to better address some of the grand challenges in the environment and resource stewardship. The program is designed to promote critical thinking skills in sustainability, resilience, and large-scale ecological issues and to facilitate communication between disciplines. There are several associated academic departments within ESE including Agronomy, Agricultural & Biological Engineering, Civil Engineering, Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences, and Political Science, to name just a few. With ESE, students may obtain a MS degree, a Non-Thesis MS degree, or a PhD.