Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
- Applied Ecology
- Community-based Nat. Res. Management
- Conservation Biology
- Ecosystem Biology and Biogeochemistry
- Fishery and Aquatic Science
- Forest Science
- Human Dimensions of Nat. Res. Management
- Policy and Institutional Analysis
- Program Development and Evaluation
- Quantitative Ecology
- Risk Analysis and Management
- Wildlife Science
The Master of Professional Studies (MPS) in Agriculture and Life Sciences offered through the field of Natural Resources is available for returning or continuing students interested in a professional career path in environmental science and management. This degree typically is pursued by a person already employed in an environmentally related professional capacity who plans to continue in this field, or by a more recent graduate seeking further coursework to enhance their skills and training in specific areas.
The MPS degree is designed for candidates whose interests are not primarily research-oriented, but instead focused on a career in environmental management working with local and international government agencies, non-government organizations, and academic institutions. Students in the MPS program maximize their career potential by acquiring advanced skills required for a career in environmental management, expanding their professional abilities and networks, and becoming more immediately marketable in the field of Natural Resources.
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