With over 100 years of history, our department continues to be a leader in the field. Through education, research, and outreach we work towards protection and sustainable use of our environment and natural resources.
The Forest and Natural Resource Management (FNRM) major focuses on providing hands-on skills for students who want to work in forestry, conservation, parks, urban forestry, and the environment. Nationally accredited programs, field sessions, top faculty, and small class sizes make this one of the best majors for those who love the outdoors.
The graduate program in Natural Resources Science and Management is among the top ranked programs of its kind in the nation. We offer seven areas of study in natural resources, broad expertise and involvement by the faculty, and a highly personalized program to meet your goals and needs.
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