This department conducts research in the area of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources and prepares students for careers in conservation leadership and tourism.
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Human Dimensions of Natural Resources
Areas of Study
- Environmental interpretation and education
- Human dimensions of natural resources
- Natural resource-based tourism and ecotourism
- Park and visitor management and administration
- Wilderness/protected area management
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