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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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On Campus Degrees

Problem Solving for Nature

Work alongside internationally recognized faculty leading natural resources research in pursuit of your degree and make an impact on the problems facing our natural world. Our research encompasses a wide range of natural resource disciplines and offers Master’s and Doctoral degrees.

Fast Facts:

  • Choose research from a wide range of disciplines
  • Unique research facilities including an experimental forest, a combustion laboratory, and cutting-edge GIS facilities
  • Ready access to thousands of acres of working forests, rangelands and waterways
  • Conduct research on 2.3 million pristine acres at the Taylor Wilderness Research Station

Biogeochemical Cycling and Ecophysiology
Ecology (theory, applied, modeling / community, organism, etc.)
Endangered Species
Environmental Education
Environmental Political Science, Attitudes and Behaviors
Extension
Fisheries Sciences
Forest Biometrics and Silviculture (including FBRI Fellowship)
Forest Operations
Forest Sciences (excl. operations and pathology)
Genetics and Molecular Ecology
Geomorphology, Hydrology, and Earth Sciences
Global Environmental Change
Human Dimensions
Natural Resource Economics
Pathology, Insects, and non-fire Disturbances
Policy Analysis and Land-Use Planning
Rangeland Sciences
Remote Sensing, GIS, and Ecosystem Modeling
Renewable Materials (incl. forest products)
Restoration and Regeneration (incl. nursery sciences)
Rural Community Development and Planning
Social Impact Assessment
Tribal and Traditional Knowledge
Water Resources
Wildland Fire Sciences
Wildlife Sciences

Atmospheric Issues
Biodiversity and Evolution
Climate Change
Community and Human Dimensions
Earth Sciences: Cryosphere
Earth Sciences: Geomorphology
Earth Sciences: Hydrology
Earth Sciences: Seismology
Economics
Ecology: Animals & Insects
Ecology: Humans
Ecology: Plants
Energy
Environmental Chemistry and Materials
Environmental Education and Communication
Environmental Epidemiology and Entomology
Environmental Policy, Law, and Regulations
Food and Fiber
Human Health
Modeling, GIS, and Remote Sensing
Waste Management, Reclamation, and Remediation
Water Resources: Drinking Water
Water Resources: Reservoirs, Aquifers, and Rivers
Water Resources: Watershed Management

Master of Natural Resources

Accessible to students of diverse academic backgrounds, this program will help graduates develop credentials and skills for the effective management of natural resources.

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M.S. Natural Resources

Make an impact on the problems facing our natural world while working alongside internationally recognized faculty.

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M.S. Environmental Science

Research the effects of natural and unnatural processes, and of interactions of the physical components of the planet on the environment.

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Joint Master of Science in Environmental Science & J.D.

An opportunity to combine the study of scientific, social, philosophical and legal aspects of environmental issues.

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Ph.D. Environmental Science

Admission to the doctoral program is based on the compatibility of the student’s research interests with those of the major professor, the availability of research support and the student’s academic record.

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Ph.D. Natural Resources

Research encompassing a wide range of natural resource disciplines while offering both a thesis and non-thesis option.

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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