Scientific Training for Natural Resources
Go beyond science to work effectively in business and industry with the professional science master’s (PMS) degree. In this interdisciplinary program, you will gain advanced scientific training and professional skills like project management that will prepare you for success. This program is one of few in the nation that specializes in environmental science and water resources.
Bachelor’s degree in the biological, environmental, or natural resource sciences, or closely related fields.
The PSM degree requires completion of 35 credit hours, including a three-credit internship and two credits of non-thesis research. Of the 35 credits, 26 must be taken at the 500-level.
Lab fees vary according to the number and type of lab courses required in each Professional Science Master’s tracks.
To find out about deadlines, scholarships and eligibility requirements, please visit the University of Idaho Financial Aid Office.
PSM graduate students have access to courses featuring hands-on training in eight colleges across the university, including Natural Resources, Agricultural & Life Sciences, and Science
Internships at the University of Idaho vary greatly by subject matter and extend across all disciplines.