M.N.R.D. in Natural Resources Development (Non-Thesis)
This flexible degree is offered as a mix of on-campus and distance-based courses, or through 100% distance-based coursework, making it ideal for working professionals seeking graduate training in the field of natural resources with an emphasis in either policy or applied research and management. The curricula promotes critical problem-solving skills necessary in natural resource conservation, along with the development of a strong foundational understanding of the interrelationships among ecology, policy and human dimensions.
- Degree: Master of Natural Resources Development in Natural Resources Development (Non-Thesis)
- Credit Hours: 36 total credit hours
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