The Master of Natural Resources (MNR) is an interdisciplinary degree designed for professionals working at the interface of the human and natural worlds. With a particular emphasis environmental sustainability in a rapidly urbanizing and globalizing world, the MNR knits together a variety of fields and disciplines to develop systematic, adaptive, and creative problem solvers. The 33-credit non-thesis degree program is offered in three formats to best meet individual students' needs and goals: online, executive, and global.
In addition to full masters degree programs, we also offer graduate and professional certificate programs building on these same skill sets.
8/10 Web Drop/Add re-opens for Fall semester 2013
8/26 Last day to withdraw from Fall 2013 classes without tuition penalty
8/26 Fall 2013 classes begin
8/30 Last day to add Fall 2013 classes
9/2 Labor Day – Classes WILL meet
10/4 Last day to drop Fall 2013 classes without grade penalty
10/18 - 20 Fall Break
10/22 - 29 Spring 2014 Course request
11/30 Spring 2014 Web Add/ Drop opens
11/23 - 12/1 Thanksgiving Break
12/11 Classes end
12/13 - 19 Exams
12/ 20 Commencement