Forest and Rangeland Stewardship
The Department of Forest and Rangeland Stewardship consists of foresters, range scientists, hydrologists, and social scientists that study natural environmental processes and how they interact with human systems.
- This department is a part of the College of Natural Resources.
- This department offers programs on-campus and online.
For program contact information, deadline dates and more, click on the program of interest below:
- Master of Natural Resource Stewardship (MNRS) – Ecological Restoration Specialization*
- Master of Natural Resource Stewardship (MNRS) – Forest Sciences Specialization*
- Master of Natural Resource Stewardship (MNRS) – Rangeland Ecosystems Specialization*
- Master of Science (MS) in Forest Sciences
- Master of Science (MS) in Rangeland Ecosystem Science
- Doctor of Philosophy (PHD) in Forest Sciences
- Doctor of Philosophy (PHD) in Rangeland Ecosystem Science
*Within certain graduate degree programs, well-defined specializations are offered. A Graduate Specialization is formally approved with a defined curriculum addressing a specialty within a graduate degree program. Transcripts are endorsed to reflect specializations.