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CNR | Graduate Studies Office

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

Mailing Address:
875 Perimeter Drive MS 1142
Moscow, ID 83844-1142

Phone: 208-885-1009

Email: cnr-grad-studies@uidaho.edu

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Curriculum

The Integrated Natural Resources Option of MNR covers a breadth of natural resource science and management subjects. The program provides knowledge and skills to support holistic, integrated approaches to careers in natural resources. The Integrated Natural Resources Option of the MNR consists of 30 semester credits (at least 7 credits from each of three MNR program categories - Ecology and Management; Policy, Planning, and Society; and Tools and Technology - plus 7 elective courses and 2 credits for a final project). Up to 12 semester credits can be transferred into the program from other institutions. Coursework must include a minimum of 18 credits numbered 500 or above.

5 credit hours from each of the four MNR program categories:

BE 450 Environmental Hydrology (3 Credits)
FISH 515 Large River Fisheries (2 credits)
FISH 525 Aquaculture in Relation to Wild Fish Populations (2 credits)
FISH 540 Wetland Restoration (3 Credits)
FOR 526 Fire Ecology 3 Credits
REM 440 Wildland Restoration Ecology (3 Credits)
REM 456 Integrated Rangeland Management (3 credits)
REM 459 Rangeland Ecology (2 Credits)
REM 507 Landscape and Habitat Dynamics (3 credits)
REM 560 Ecophysiology (3 Credits)
WLF 440 Conservation Biology (3 credits)

ENVS 536 Principles of Sustainability (3 Credits)
ENVS 552 Environmental Philosophy (3 Credits)
FOR 546 Science Synthesis and Communication (3 credits)
FOR 554 Air Quality, Pollution, and Smoke (3 credits)
NR 507 Moral Reasoning in Natural Resources (3 Credits)
NRS 572 Human Dimensions of Restoration Ecology (3 Credits)
NRS 574 Environmental Politics and Policy (3 Credits)
NRS 580 Restoration Ecology Practicum (2 Credits)
FOR 584 Natural Resource Policy Development (3 Credits)
FOR 587 Wildland Fire Policy (2 Credits)

GEOG 524 Hydrologic Applications of GIS and Remote Sensing (3 Credits)
NR 525 Scientific Graphics Design (3 Credits)
NRS 580 Restoration Ecology Practicum (2 Credits)
NRS 592 Emerging Media Outreach in Natural Resources (3 credits)
POLS 553 Public Management Techniques (3 Credits)
REM 407/510 GIS Application in Fire Ecology and Management (2 credits)
REM 410 Principles of Vegetation Measurement and Assessment (2 Credits)
REM 507 Landscape and Habitat Dynamics (3 Credits)
FOR 451 Fuels Inventory and Management (3 credits)
WLF 540 Conservation Genetics (1-3 credits)
WLF 561 Landscape Genetics (2 credits)

7 credits of elective courses from the MNR curriculum

2 credits of non-thesis (NR 599) Final Project

Notes:

REM 507 Landscape and Habitat Dynamics can be used to contribute to either the Ecology and Management requirement -OR- the Tools and Technology requirement (but not both).

FOR 554 Air Quality, Pollution, and Smoke can be used to contribute to either the Policy, Planning, and Society requirement -OR- the Tools and Technology requirement (but not both).

8 credits of elective courses from the MNR curriculum

2 credits Final Project

The final project can either be a traditional case study, which is presented to the MNR faculty the final semester, or a project developed by the advisor and the student working together.

All available course offerings can be viewed in the course catalog.

Contact Us

CNR | Graduate Studies Office

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

Mailing Address:
875 Perimeter Drive MS 1142
Moscow, ID 83844-1142

Phone: 208-885-1009

Email: cnr-grad-studies@uidaho.edu

google maps location