Graduate Students

In NRES, graduate students develop both depth and breadth in their expertise. They work with expert faculty and researchers who train them in the specialized knowledge and skills needed for their research areas, while also participating in NRES seminar and activities that help them see their work within the bigger picture and learn to communicate their expertise to others effectively.

Because of its interdisciplinary nature, NRES research and educational programs are tailored to suit your interests, and each student, with their advisor, develops their own plan of study. Our faculty and graduate students are active in interdisciplinary programs and activities on a variety of subjects. 

Do you have more questions or want to learn more about NRES degree requirements?

View our FAQs and the graduate handbook for important information about the process of earning a graduate degree in the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences.