The Master of Natural Resources Management (MNRM) degree at North Dakota State University is designed as a professional, non-thesis degree program specifically designed for students holding a Bachelor of Science Degree in Natural Resources Management or a closely related field. This program is available online.
This graduate degree program enables students to expand their existing base of knowledge by engaging in an approved curriculum of coursework (30 graduate units) encompassing the interdisciplinary format of Natural Resources Management and a culminating professional oral presentation evaluated by the student's graduate committee.
This degree program is designed to serve:
- Recently graduated individuals seeking an advanced degree comprised of graduate coursework
- Individuals who have several years of work experience in the field of natural resources and who are seeking to expand their educational base and advance their professional status.
School of Natural Resource Sciences
The Natural Resources Management program in the School of Natural Resource Sciences prepares students for the environmental challenges of the 21st century. Through the NRM graduate program, students gain a breadth of knowledge in relevant planning, analysis, and management.
In cooperation with the following NDSU academic programs and departments, students select a curriculum and an adviser from one of these participating units:
- Agribusiness and Applied Economics
- Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering
- Biological Sciences (Botany and Zoology)
- Civil Engineering
- Natural Resources Management
- Plant Sciences
- Range Sciences
- Earth and Climate Science
- Soil Science
- Sociology/Anthropology/Emergency Management
- Veterinary and Microbiological Sciences
The graduate program in Natural Resources Management is open to qualified graduates of universities and colleges of recognized standing.
About the School
NDSU is a student-focused, land-grant, research university with a graduate student population of about 2,000 across 75+ programs. Our students work with world-class faculty on innovative, and often in ... Read More