Graduate Programs in Natural Resource Sciences

Wetland
Prairie Class
Measuring Burned Cedar
Master of Science
Applied Climate and Spatial Science
Incoming Irradiance in Vineyard
Limnology study with net
Recording data
Doctor of Philosophy

Why choose a Natural Resource Sciences graduate program?

The School of Natural Resources at University of Nebraska-Lincoln provides scientific experiences to equip you to make a difference in the world. Our program attracts talented students from around the country and the world. Join us and take advantage of the school’s interdisciplinary nature. We have expertise in conservation biology, aquatic and terrestrial ecology, habitat management, climate, remote sensing, drought, soils, hydrology, near-surface and sub-surface geology. This diversity provides a multitude of opportunities for research, coordinated through our mission areas:

We have excellent laboratory, computer and field facilities available for performing up-to-date analyses. State, federal and private natural resource organizations provide unique opportunities for learning and gaining experiences through cooperative research.

SNR offers three degree-track programs and seven optional specializations, which are listed on official records and transcripts. A Natural Resource Sciences minor also is available.

Graduate Specializations Bio-Atmospheric Interactions Geographic Information Systems Adaptive Management Applied Ecology Climate Assessment and Impacts Human Dimensions Remote Sensing Natural Resource Sciences

Questions ????

If you have particular questions about our graduate programs, we welcome you to contact:

Patty Swanson

Patty Swanson

SNR Graduate Admissions Coordinator

102b Hardin Hall
3310 Holdrege Street
Lincoln NE 68583-0921

 402-472-5355

 pswanson2@unl.edu