The graduate program in Natural Resources Science and Management is among the top ranked programs of its kind in the nation, placing as high as number two in the National Research Council’s latest rankings.
Applications for 2016-17 academic year are due by December 16, 2015.
Society's increasing use of natural resources for a multitude of environmental, economic, and social purposes challenges us to acquire the knowledge necessary to use, manage, and protect those resources for future generations. Graduates of our program have a long history of success in meeting these challenges.
The NRSM program is truly interdisciplinary, with students specializing in one of eight areas of study (or tracks) that cover the biological, physical, ecological, social, managerial, and engineering sciences.
The Natural Resources Association of Graduate Students (NRAGS) is an academic/social/community organization providing volunteering opportunities, professional leadership and enrichment experiences, and interaction with peers, faculty, staff, and administration.