“We work to promote an understanding of the natural environment and its resources through scientific research, education and programs to restore and preserve the integrity of natural areas,” said SNRE Interim Dean Stephen Sparrow. “Our students get their boots dirty; in addition to classroom work, there are ample opportunities to study in the field.”
|SNRE students are attracted to outdoor study and work.|
Previous to this change, the NRM degree offered concentrations in High Latitude Agriculture, Forest Sciences and Humans and the Environment. The revised degree will provide for a pre-veterinary medicine track to prepare students to apply for acceptance to a veterinary medicine school. The faculty plan to develop minors to complement the major.
The school prepares students to become leaders as resource managers, academic researchers and professionals in government agencies, non-governmental organizations, industry and communities.
If interested in learning more about the NRM degree, contact Martha Westphal, 907-474-5276 or email@example.com.