MS Resource Conservation
The W.F. Franke College of Forestry & Conservation master's degree in Resource Conservation integrates classroom learning with hands-on field experiences and internships to prepare students for a range of conservation professions. Students develop a foundation in conservation science and then focus on the issues and topics about which they are the most passionate. Once admitted to the program, students choose to emphasize in climate and environmental change, community conservation, ecology, environmental policy, international conservation, rangeland management and ecology, water resources, wilderness studies, or wildland fire management, or to design their own emphasis working with faculty advisors.