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Students earn the Master of Science in Sustainable Environmental Resources Management (SERM) by completing a 13-month, full-time program.

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"Why Madison?" College of Integrated Science and Engineering

Fall 2012

CISE programs are outward-facing, one leader said, because the problems that need to be solved come from society. Whether in engineering, ISAT, computer science or information technology, their graduates rise quickly in a variety of fields into leadership positions because of the training they receive in working in teams and their ability to consider the political, social and economic ramifications of their work.


New STEM Sustainability Electronic Collection

August 5, 2011

The Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Sustainability Electronic Collection has recently been launched as a tool for academicians and students to have easy access to peer reviewed articles.  

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SERM Student Clyde Falzon Wins Award

April, 2011

Clyde Falzon, a student of the Institute of Earth Systems currently reading for an MSc in Sustainable Environmental Resources Management, recently won an award for the Most Innovative Mechanical Engineering Design Solution.


SERM Graduates Recognized

February, 2011

The recognition ceremony to commemorate the taught component for the collaborative MSc in Sustainable Environmental Resource Management (SERM) between the University of Malta and James Madison University, was held on the 28th May, 2010.


See What Students Have to Say About the SERM Program

February, 2011

Read what students Kevin Muscat and Kim Robertella have to say about their experiences in the SERM Program.


  • Applications are now being accepted for 2014-15 and may be submitted online.
    Applications received by midnight on Friday, 20th December 2013 will be reviewed and considered for early acceptance.  Regular review will begin in January 2014

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