M.S. - Natural Resource Sciences;, Ph.D. - Horticulture and Forestry
Interdisciplinary research, academic and outreach areas in the School include: Biologic Resources, Atmospheric Resources, Water Resources and Earth Resources. Examples of these four resource areas include: grassland and fresh water ecosystems, forestry, fisheries, grassland management, biodiversity, conservation biology, wetlands and lake ecology, atmospheric and biospheric interactions, global environmental change, drought climatology, hyper spectral remote sensing, trace gas dynamics, water resources management, water quality, groundwater, hydrogeologic systems science, wetlands and groundwater remediation, earth resource utilization, soil remediation, soil science and landscape characterization.
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission