Natural Resources and Environment M.N.R.E.
Complete the following admission requirements:
A Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts degree in a relevant discipline is required for acceptance into either program. Candidates should have a general familiarity with the major resource fields. The student’s committee may require the student to take courses to remedy any deficiencies; these credits will not count toward the credits required for the degree.
Applicants must submit three letters of recommendation, official GRE scores, undergraduate transcripts and a statement of the applicant’s goals. The latter should include information about why you are applying for the degree, why you chose UAF and the Department of Natural Resources and Environment, and how such a degree would fit into your career goals. Applications cannot be considered until all these items have been received by the Office of Admissions.
Minimum Requirements for Master of Natural Resources and Environment M.N.R.E.: 35 credits
|General University Requirements
|Complete the graduate general university requirements.
|Master’s Degree Requirements
|Complete the master's degree requirements.
|Natural Resources and Environment Program Requirements
|Complete the following:
|Research Methods in Natural Resources Management (or an approved research methods course) 1
|Statistics course at the F400 level or above 2
|Complete any combination of the following, or other graduate seminars approved by your advisory committee, to total 3 credits
|Resilience Seminar I
|Interdisciplinary Research Methods-Resilience Seminar II
|Additional approved courses as needed to total 35 credits 3
|Complete and successfully defend the project.
Requirement may be met with a research methods course in a discipline related to natural resources management.
Requirement may be met with a statistics course in mathematical sciences or in a discipline related to natural resources management.
These courses will be approved by the student’s committee and the DNRE chair. Up to 9 of these credits may be F400-level courses.