We offer two degree options in our natural resources and environmental management (NREM) master's program: a master of science (MS) and a master of arts (MA). Both are offered on our main campus and require 30 credit hours. The MS also requires a thesis, and the MA requires a research paper or creative project.

The flexible nature of the program allows you to create a course of study that suits your specific interests. Potential areas of study include:

  • Environmental management
  • Land management
  • Urban and rural community development
  • Industrial ecology
  • Environmental change
  • Water quality
  • Wastewater management
  • Hazardous materials/environmental site assessment
  • Homeland security/awareness and response to terrorism
  • Air quality
  • Pollution control
  • Environmental permitting certifications
  • Parks and recreation 

Take the Next Step

Is a master’s degree in NREM right for you? Find out for yourself. Come visit campus to meet our professors and current students.