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Natural Resources Science and Management Graduate Program at the University of Minnesota


Our program offers eight different tracks of study for students interested in the environmental sciences field: Assessment, Monitoring, and Geospatial Analysis; Economics, Policy, Management, and Society; Forest Hydrology and Watershed Management; Forest Products; Forests: Biology, Ecology, Conservation, and Management; Paper Science and Engineering; Recreation Resources, Tourism, and Environmental Education; and Wildlife Ecology and Management.

You can learn more about these areas of study, and our program in general, by visiting our website at The following webpages may be of interest to you: coursework by track, NRSM faculty, graduate theses and dissertations, and job placement of recent graduates. If you are interested in applying for admission for fall 2017, I would highly recommend that you reach out to NRSM faculty members who are conducting research that is of interest to you, to see if they are accepting graduate students for the next academic year.