The University of Idaho's College of Natural Resources offers outstanding natural resource undergraduate and graduate programs. Learn from internationally renowned leaders in the natural, physical and social sciences, and work to address needs and issues of the natural world.
We currently offer one bachelor’s degree, three master's and two graduate certificates at University of Idaho Boise
Environmental Science - Sustainability Sciences OptionToday’s global environmental issues demand professionals who understand the science of the environment in concert with the economics, social pressures and political factors behind these issues. The Environmental Science B.S. program includes classes from across the biological, physical and social sciences and allows you to learn the natural and human dimensions of environmental science. The ENVS Sustainability Sciences Option B.S. degree can be pursued online, in combination with laboratory courses available locally through our Treasure Valley higher education partners. As a national leader in Environmental Science research and education, an ENVS degree from the U of I will propel you to a meaningful career and to make a difference in tomorrow’s world.
For more information, visit the Environmental Science undergraduate program website.
- Course content and requirements are the same for on-campus and online programs.
- All classes are taught by U of I’s world-renowned faculty members, who themselves are leaders in the natural, physical and social sciences.
- Students receive a degree from one of the country’s top schools for natural resources and conservation, according to College Factual.
This MNR option advances the skills of professionals and teaches about fast-changing fire regimes, resilience, diversity of landscapes and many other fire management skills. Communication and critical thinking combine to make this highly applicable degree valuable to those wanting to advance their careers.
This MNR option focuses on integration and scale of various perspectives – ecological, the human dimension, planning, policy and law, and practical tools – into a systems view of natural resources.
- five courses (12 credits), which are available online.