A truly interdisciplinary program
The Master of Natural Resources Management program is interdisciplinary and has thesis and course-based requirements. A broad, varied education is important in ensuring that graduates are prepared to make responsible, respectful and informed natural resources management decisions.
Students can take courses in a wide variety of areas, such as:
- Human dimensions of natural resources management
- Conservation biology
- Quantitative or qualitative analyses
- Economic dimensions of natural resources management, policy, environmental impact assessments, and more.