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Minors and Certificates

The Department of Natural Resources and Society offers a variety of minors and academic certificates that complement our undergraduate majors by providing additional concentration in specific subject matter. As with our undergraduate majors, our minors provide the opportunity to learn in some of the world's best outdoor classrooms, including the McCall Field Campus, 10,000+ acres of Experimental Forests, Rinker Rock Creek Ranch, and the Taylor Wilderness Research Station in the heart of the Frank Church—River of No Return Wilderness.

*Your catalog year determines the curriculum for your minor or certificate. Please follow these instructions to access the appropriate Catalog year.

  1. Start HERE and select your catalog year
  2. Select “Department of Instruction” from the left-hand menu
  3. Find Department of Natural Resources and Society
  4. Using the “Undergraduate” tab – select the appropriate minor or certificate

Below are the various minors and certificates offered under the Department of Natural Resources and Society.

Natural Resources and Society students may also be interested in the Interdisciplinary Sustainability Certificate, which offers foundational courses to introduce students to the breadth of sustainability as a concept involving ecological, social and economic processes. 

Minors and Certificates

Remote Sensing of the Environment Certificate

Environmental Communication Minor

Natural Resource Conservation Minor

U of I Semester in the Wild Program

Accredited Semester Abroad Program

Other Accredited Academic Semester Program as approved by the Department

Contact Us

Natural Resources and Society

Physical Address:
975 W. 6th Street
Moscow, Idaho

Mailing Address:
875 Perimeter Drive MS 1139
Moscow, ID 83844-1139

Phone: 208-885-7911

Fax: 208-885-4674


Web: College of Natural Resources

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