The Department offers programs leading to thesis-based MSc and PhD and course-based degrees of MAg and MF. This department and the School of Business also offer two course-based programs of joint study that enable students to earn both the MBA and MAg degrees or both the MBA and MF degrees, after two calendar years of full-time study.
Graduate studies encompass a broad spectrum of scientific and management applications, in natural and managed landscapes. Various research opportunities exist within the key areas of focus in Renewable Resources. Graduate students may specialize in a field of study linked to these areas which fall within 4 major research themes.
Various research opportunities exist within the key areas of focus in Renewable Resources. Graduate students may specialize in a field of study linked to these areas.
Areas of graduate research include: agroecosystem modeling, conservation biology, environmental policy, environmental science, forest biology, forest ecology, forest fire management, forest genetics, forest hydrology, forest measurements/biometrics, forest pathology, forest plant physiology, forest policy, forest resource management, forest soils, mineralogy, nutrient cycling, protected area management, range management, reclamation, remote sensing, silviculture, social forestry, soil biology, soil chemistry, soil classification, soil fertility, soil genesis, soil physics, water resources, wildland recreation and interpretation, and wildlife management.
Fields of Study and Degrees to which they apply
Who do I contact with general questions?
Graduate inquiries should be emailed to email@example.com or phone (780) 492-2873.
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