Program Requirements

There is no application deadline for domestic students (rolling admissions); international students must apply four months prior to the start of the semester in which they wish to begin.

Minimum admission requirements:

Degree requirements

This is a non-thesis master of science degree. You much complete a project or internship and produce a report and give a final public presentation.

Required coursework

  • Must complete 32 units
  • 12 to 13 units from core courses
  • Complete RNR 696W Water, Society, and Policy Seminar (two units)
  • 12 to 14 units from elective courses
  • Complete MS Project, which include six units of RNR 909
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Additional Information

  • No minor required
  • Your committee consists of your faculty advisor who must be a member of the Graduate Faculty. Contact Debbie Cross if you have any questions ( sends e-mail)).
  • A plan of study must be completed in your second semester
  • A project proposal must be approved by your faculty advisor in your second semester
  • You must file an annual report each year by April 15
  • You will be enrolled in RNR 696W your first and second semester in the program

Questions? Contact Graduate Coordinator Debbie Cross at sends e-mail) 

School of Natural Resources & the Environment Graduate Program Handbook