Graduate Students

Overview

The Department of Natural Resources and the Environment offers two graduate degrees in Natural Resources: Land, Water, and Air, Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) and Master of Science (M.S.). The Department offers advanced study in the following areas: Conservation and Management of Forests, Wetlands, Fisheries and Wildlife, Climate, and Water Resources; Ecosystem Science and Management; Geospatial Analysis such as Remote Sensing of the Environment/GIS; Landscape Ecology; and Human Dimensions of Natural Resources.

Graduate Programs Overview


Admissions

Learn how to apply to the NRE Graduate School.

Admissions


Financial Aid

The Department of Natural Resources and the Environment offers a limited number of full-time and half-time graduate teaching and research assistantships and fellowships, available on a competitive basis to graduate students admitted with regular status.

Financial Aid


Graduate Students

Meet our Graduate Students!

Meet Our Graduates


dead trees in a forest

GIS image of Nicaragua