W.A. Franke College of Forestry & Conservation
- International Conservation and Development
Choose the M.S. in Resource Conservation if you are interested in studying topics like community-based conservation, natural resource policy, social, political and economic aspects of conservation, or want to pursue the option in International Conservation & Development. As with all three of our master's degrees, you must be accepted to study with a faculty advisor before you can be admitted to our graduate programs. That faculty member will help you choose a plan of study to get the degree that fits you.
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