Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources
- Assessment and Analysis
- Ecological Restoration
- Economics and Management
- International Resources
- Landscape Architecture
- Outdoor Recreation
- Policy and Administration
NC State’s Natural Resources Masters Program is a unique, intercollegiate, multidisciplinary program that focuses on several aspects of natural resource policy, management, and assessment. A selection of technical options couple Natural Resources core courses in resource issues and management with a series of related courses in a variety of technical disciplines. Many positions in federal and state agencies, private companies, and environmental organizations require individuals with expertise in a technical area coupled with a broad knowledge of policy and management.
Graduate students in Natural Resources may choose to pursue a Master of Science in Natural Resources or a non-thesis Master of Natural Resources degree.
Graduate students in the Masters of Natural Resourses (MNR) program are required to conduct a project and present a report on the work accomplished. These students generally take up to 3 credits in supervised project work and an additional 15 to 18 credit hours in courses from their chosen technical option.
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