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MNR Program Description


The Master of Natural Resources (MNR) degree is designed to help natural resource professionals function better in management positions.  It will give them an interdisciplinary curriculum to broaden their knowledge and help them see the “big picture” view of managing both land and people. 

 
The MNR degree focuses on five core course areas: Human Dimensions, Ecological Foundations, Quantitative Methods, Spatial Analysis and Policy/Administration. 


What makes this degree different from the traditional MS or MA is it does not require a research project or thesis, but rather emphasizes high quality course work and an integrative capstone experience. 


The MNR is offered through three different formats: online, on-campus and short-courses.  Students are allowed to mix and match formats to achieve the 33 minimum credits needed to complete the degree.  Students can complete the MNR degree using all online courses.