Master of Science in Natural Resources

Through the College of Natural Resources, you can earn a Master of Science in Natural Resources with an emphasis from a variety of areas including: 

  • forestry
  • wildlife
  • fisheries
  • water resources
  • environmental education and interpretation
  • soil science
  • waste management

There are numerous opportunities for advanced study, research, and involvement in natural resource professional activities. The CNR operates three field stations,  on almost 2,000 acres. Special outreach and extension programs include: 

Admission to the CNR Graduate Program requires you to recruit a member of the College's graduate faculty to agree to serve as your adviser. 

If you have any questions about the program, please contact or phone 715-346-4617.

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