£5,714 per semester
The M.S. in natural resources with an environmental conservation and sustainability option allows you to combine your interest in the natural sciences, sustainability and the social sciences to affect change in natural resource conservation outreach, planning, policy and management. You’ll help research today’s urgent environmental conservation and sustainability challenges, such as biodiversity conservation and environmental protection. This option within the master’s program focuses on natural resource policy, conservation biology, sustainability, ecological ethics and values, international environmental affairs and spatial data analysis (remote sensing and GIS). Embark on a career path allowing you to make fundamental and significant contributions toward local, regional and global resource conservation.
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