Master of Science in Natural Resource Management
The Master of Science in Natural Resource Management (M.Sc.NRM) degree program is designed to provide access to a culturally sustaining, quality graduate education that prepares students to offer research-based management of natural resources in various fields. The degree aims to synthesize components of Indigenous research methodologies with Western science which will prepare graduate students as future researchers with competencies required to conduct studies in Tribal communities.
SKC's Master of Science in Natural Resource Management is designed to take a student or working professional with a background in resource management and expose that student to a broad multidisciplinary approach to problem-solving in the natural resources milieu. Students will take coursework not directly related to their favorite course of study to increase problem-solving. Many of these courses are seminars or advanced topics curricula already designed to meet the needs of the specific students taking that coursework. Still, they can be re-tooled to meet particular needs.
Students of the M.Sc. NRM Program will gain multidisciplinary knowledge in: Hydrology, Forestry/Fire, Fisheries and Wildlife.
“The nation behaves well if it treats the natural resources as assets which it must turn over to the next generation increased; and not impaired in value.”
~ Theodore Roosevelt
Natural Resource Graduate Degree Contacts:
Dr. Rick Everett
Director of M.Sc. of Natural Resources Management
Cammie DuPuis-Pablo, B.A.
Graduate Admissions & Assistant to the Dean of the Graduate Division
SKC President Boham has graciously authorized 50% tuition waiver for the 2023-2024 academic year.