Departments of Geography and Environmental Resources
- Earth and Environmental Processes
- Energy and Mineral Resources
- Environmental Policy and Administration
- Forestry, Agricultural and Rural Land Resources
- Geographic Information Systems, Remote Sensing and Environmental Modeling
- Water Resources
The Doctor of Philosophy degree in Environmental Resources and Policy is a game-changing, interdisciplinary program of study offered by:
- The College of Liberal Arts (Departments of Geography and Environmental Resources; and Geology)
- The College of Agricultural Sciences (Departments of Agribusiness Economics, Forestry, and Plant, Soil and Agricultural Systems)
The School of Law and the College of Engineering also cooperate in the program.
The central focus of the Environmental Resources & Policy Ph.D. is advanced inter-disciplinary training and research on physical, biological, and social processes responsible for natural resource and environmental problems facing contemporary society. Additionally, the ER&P Ph.D. focuses on assessing public policy alternatives to address those problems and create new opportunities.
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