M.S. in Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences

Overview

The Department of Wildlife and Natural Resources offers a Master of Science in Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences. Students who pursue this degree will have two track options:

  • The Research (Thesis) Track is designed for students who wish to gain experience through research methodology and technical writing in an original research project to be completed under the direction of a graduate faculty member.
  • The Professional (Non-Thesis) Track is designed for students who desire to complete coursework that will further qualify them for public or agency employment, as well as strengthen advancement opportunities in their current or future employment.

Designed With You in Mind

Our master’s degree program offers you the ability to plan a relevant and personalized graduate experience where you’ll hone your knowledge and skills under the guidance of mentoring faculty in Wildlife, Sustainability, & Ecosystem Sciences.

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Program Objectives

  • Provide students with two degree track options in order to mold their education to their specific academic needs.
  • Provide students with experience through research methodology and technical writing.
  • Give students the option to design their program of study to emphasize their interests in specific subject matter or broad-based advanced studies.

Coursework Highlights

Non-Thesis Track

ClassNumberClass Name
AGRI5385Graduate Seminar for Agriculture and Environmental Science
AGRI5390Special Topics
WSES5086Problems in Natural Resource Science
WSES5301Principles of Research in the Natural Resource Sciences
WSES5302Natural Resource Ecology
WSES5341Graduate Study Abroad in Natural Resource Conservation

Thesis Track

ClassNumberClass Name
AGRI5385Graduate Seminar for Agriculture and Environmental Science
AGRI5390Special Topics
AGRI5688Thesis

For more information on courses, please refer to the university catalog.

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