Our relationships with forestry agencies provide you with opportunities to do real-world research: we share a building with the US Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station we work with the United States Geological Survey lab on campus we collaborate with resource management agencies stationed in Flagstaff Our faculty does nationally-ranked research Ranked tenth nationally in an index measuring faculty scholarly output. NAU ranked top 40 out of over 300 universities for academic institutions in the United States and Canada for research productivity in the field of conservation biology. Who should apply? Motivated people looking for: a master’s program focused on research a traditional (thesis option) master’s program an individually tailored plan of study an opportunity to conduct research two years of academic work to begin in the fall or spring term Admission into the MS program is competitive It requires the sponsorship of a faculty member to serve as research mentor and collaborator. It usually requires funding for a research project. It is limited by faculty time and research funding.
Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA).
International Student Requirements:
Please see our website for international applicant requirements.