Department of Ecosystem Science and Management and Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences
The distance-based Master of Natural Resource Development (MNRD) degree (non-thesis) is designed for working natural resource professionals who want graduate training in natural resources and environmental science with a management orientation. It aims to develop an understanding of the interrelationships among ecology, economics, policy and culture as factors that influence natural resource conservation and management.
The distance-based MNRD degree is offered through two departments: Ecosystem Science and Management and Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences.
Provide working or in-service natural resource professionals with:
- additional academic training that supplements their understanding of the full range of considerations in natural resources conservation and management;
- a rigorous graduate degree program that supplements job-skill requirements; and
- a program delivery strategy that accommodates on-the-job obligations.
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