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Graduate Programs in Forestry and Natural Resources

Welcome to the Daniel B. Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources. The Warnell graduate program offers the following degrees: PhD, PhD (with Integrative Conservation), MS, MFR (Master of Forest Resources), and MNR (Master of Natural Resources). The Forestry and Natural Resources Graduate Degree Programs encompass eight major programs - Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, Forest Biology, Forest Business, Forest Management, Natural Resources Recreation and Tourism, Service and Outreach/Extension, Spatial Information Technology, Water, Soils, and Environmental Systems, and Wildlife Ecology and Management, within which are more than 31 fields of study. The Warnell faculty consists of 71 men and women who play active rolls in academics, industry, and public service, and whose scientific and technical knowledge has lead to significant achievements in regional, national, and international research. As of Spring 2016, the Warnell Graduate Program boasts 183 students from 10 countries and 25 US states. In addition, our graduate students have been awarded assistantships totaling over $770,000 in 2015.