The Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources (HDNR) offers a research-based graduate program that is designed to educate and develop professionals in social science aspects of natural resources issues. The program develops professionals who will work and become leaders in the field both through research and practice. The Doctor of Philosophy degree takes about three years to complete.
Graduate Admission Requirements and Procedures
You should pay particular attention to the Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Graduate Student Handbook. (Accessed from the graduate student resource page, or the button further down this page.) This document outlines what is expected of students in terms of course work, dissertation, etc., as well as what the student can expect from the major professor.
- Students will only be accepted for the fall semester.
- Undergraduate degree from college or university accredited by one of the major regional accrediting agencies.
- Undergraduate cumulative grade point of 3.0 on a 4.0 system.
- A combined score of at least 300 (1000 in old scoring style) on the Quantitative and Verbal portions of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE).
Final Date For Application: February 15
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