£9,211 per year
The graduate program in Natural Resources Science and Management is among the top ranked programs of its kind in the nation, placing as high as number two in the National Research Council’s latest rankings.The NRSM program is part of the Graduate School, but is supported academically and administratively through the College of Food, Agricultural, and Natural Resource Sciences (CFANS). The bulk of the NRSM program is made up of faculty in the Departments of Forest Resources; Fisheries, Wildlife, & Conservation Biology; and Biosystems and Bioproducts Engineering. But there is faculty representation from many other departments, including Anthropology; Applied Economics; Curriculum & Instruction; Ecology, Evolution, & Behavior; Educational Policy & Administration; Entomology; Landscape Architecture; Plant Pathology; Sociology; Soil, Water, and Climate; Veterinary Biosciences; and the University of Minnesota Extension Service.
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