Graduate Programs

You

Come as you are.

Let's get you where you want to go.

You're ready to take your stewardship to the next level. Become forest and rangeland science and stewardship leaders at the forefront of advancing well established fields and pioneering new disciplines. Our community atmosphere provides the resources and mentorship you need to develop independent scholarship and critical thought for 21st century resource challenges.

Research expertise:

Management

Ecology

Restoration

Fire Science

Economics

Policy

Explore our Graduate Programs

M.S. or Ph.D. Forest Sciences

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Expand your forest or rangeland research interest as it relates to management, ecology, restoration, fire science, economics or policy.

M.S. or Ph.D. Rangeland Ecosystem Science

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Expand your forest or rangeland research interest as it relates to management, ecology, restoration, fire science, economics or policy.

Master of Natural Resource Stewardship

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This coursework based program is offered on campus and online. It builds on previous education and experience to provide you with a competitive advantage in today’s job market.

For the M.S. & Ph.D. programs, a faculty member must agree to serve as your advisor before you can be recommended for admission.

Contact faculty members with research interests similar to yours and ask if they are accepting new students and have project funding available for the semester you would like to start. Not all research areas have space or funding available each year for new M.S. or Ph.D. students.

Master of Natural Resource Stewardship specializations are in:

  • Ecological Restoration
  • Forest Sciences
  • Rangeland Ecology and Management

New horizons within your reach

Our alumni are making their mark as stewards on both the inside and outside around the world. Some recent graduates sent selfies of amazing projects and locations they currently care for.