School of Environment and Natural Resources
- Ecological Restoration
- Ecosystem Science
- Environmental Social Science
- Fisheries and Wildlife Science
- Forest Science, Rural Sociology
- Rural Sociology
- Soil Science
The Environment and Natural Resources Graduate Program (ENRGP) is the academic home for a group of faculty and graduate students who share a common interest in improving our understanding of the environment, our natural resources, and our ability to protect and manage them. These faculty and students are engaged in research, education, and learning in a variety of areas in the natural and social sciences. This diverse and interdisciplinary group is unified by a commitment to intellectual rigor and a common definition and standard for scholarship.
The Masters of Science degree is a thesis degree for individuals who wish to eventually pursue high-level research, or academia-related or professional careers in environment and natural resources.
A Master of Science in Environment and Natural Resources offers flexibility and diversity in meeting students’ educational, research and career objectives. While the creative idea for investigation may originate with the student’s advisor, the student must demonstrate that he or she has made a rigorous attempt to become familiar with literature relevant to the research topic, identify questions that can realistically be pursued as a thesis, design and carry out studies or experiments to address those questions, analyze the results, and incorporate those results into a coherent Master’s Thesis.
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