Master of Natural Resources
Would you like to earn a master’s degree in order to advance professionally and gain valuable experience, all within a 12 month period?
The Master of Natural Resources is the degree for you!
The Master of Natural Resources degree is tailored for professionals advancing in the fields of environmental education and science communication. This degree offers coursework in the theory and practice of place-based education, fundamentals of place-based ecology, and science communication and the environment, providing a launching pad to careers in teaching, outdoor education, science communication in museums or nature centers, natural resources and many more. In addition to coursework, students will gain 13 weeks of mentored outdoor, STEM teaching experience for K12 students. Coursework, practical teaching experience, a summer internship and a capstone project portfolio combine to complete the master’s degree requirements as well as a graduate certificate in environmental education and science communication. All student work occurs under the guidance of a University of Idaho, doctorate-level faculty major advisor in residence at MOSS.
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Master of Natural Resources. Major in Natural Resources. Environmental Education and Science Communication Option.
Courses for this option to total 32 credits<
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|Semester||CRN||Course Title||Credit||MNR Course Type Requirement|
|Fall||41415||NRS 501: Seminar Contemporary Issues in Society and Natural Resources||1||Elective Credits|
|Fall||39425||NRS 560: Place-based Ecology I||4||Ecology and Management|
|Fall||43373||NRS 556: Team Leadership for Environmental Educators||1||Human Dimensions|
|Fall||39426||NRS 562: Field Science Teaching||2||Tools and Technology|
|Fall||39429||NRS 567: Environmental Education Teaching Practicum I||2||Tools and Technology|
|Fall||39428||NRS 563: Place- based Environmental Education||4||Policy Planning and Law|
|Spring||73229||NRS 501: Seminar Contemporary Issues in Society and Natural Resources||1||Elective Credits|
|Spring||72567||NRS 566: Place-based Ecology II||4||Ecology and Management|
|Spring||72629||NRS 565: Science Communication and the Environment||4||Human Dimensions|
|Spring||71536||NRS 564: Teaching Environmental Education in a Winter Environment||2||Tools and Technology;|
|Spring||75137||NRS 557: Community Leadership for Environmental Educators||1||Human Dimensions|
|Spring||71538||NRS 568: Environmental Education Teaching Practicum II||2||Policy Planning and Law|
|Summer||faculty specific||NRS 599: Research: Portfolio development and S.E.S. integration project||2||Case Study Project|
|Summer||83928||NRS 569: Environmental Education Teaching Practicum III||2||Elective Credits|
|Total Credits: 32|