There are many graduate degree options at the University of Idaho that students can combine with a one-of-a-kind MOSS experience...
One of the great advantages of MOSS being a University of Idaho graduate program is that our students have the flexibility to tailor their academic program to their unique fields of interest. Our students have gone on to pursue both Master's and Doctoral degrees in fields like Forest Resources, Hydrology, Remote Sensing and Teaching. If you choose an alternative degree path, the number of MOSS credits that will apply towards the degree and the specific courses needed for degree completion are a negotiation between you, your major professor and your graduate committee.
Click on the links below to explore some of your options. This is not
an exhaustive list, just some of the most common choices among our students. With over 150 degree programs at the University of Idaho, your options are virtually limitless in terms of creating a graduate degree program that includes a unique MOSS experience.
Master of Science in Natural Resources (Thesis track)
- Parlay your MOSS graduate program into a thesis track option in fields like Wildland Fire, Fish and Wildlife or Forest Resources
Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction
- Prepare to serve as a professional curriculum specialist with instruction in curriculum theory, curriculum evaluation, design and planning
Master of Science in Environmental Science
- Prepare to solve environmental challenges with proven, systematic approaches based on an understanding of Earth's ecosystems.