New UW Master’s in Environment, Natural Resources, and Society
The University of Wyoming is introducing a new master's program for students this fall following action by the Board of Trustees.
The board voted at its May meeting to approve the new Master of Science degree in environment, natural resources, and society (ENRS), a program in UW’s Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources.
UW is now accepting applications to the program. Students may apply to one of three ENRS tracks depending on their career aspirations and research interests.
An important learning outcome of the ENRS degree is to experience critical engagement with community stakeholders and decision-makers. Graduates of the ENRS program will be prepared to enter fields such as natural resource management, planning, and administration across sectors including nonprofit, for-profit, government, and education.
For more information about and to apply for the new ENRS program, please follow the link here.