School of Environment and Natural Resources
The Rubenstein School offers a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Natural Resources. As a a multi-disciplinary academic unit, the School strives to integrate disparate disciplines to enhance knowledge and develop solutions to an array of environmental issues. Faculty expertise includes forestry, wildlife biology, recreation management, aquatic sciences, watershed management, environmental sciences, environmental philosophy, sociology, policy, planning, economics, and conflict resolution.
In addition, interdisciplinary fields such as conservation biology, ecological economics, and ecological design find their home in the Rubenstein School. Through strong relationships with a network of conservation organizations, the program establishes a solid curricular base to support academic leadership in conservation. Doctoral students can also earn a Certificate in Ecological Economics as part of their Ph.D. program. Students in the Doctoral Program move toward both academic and professional careers.
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