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New Mexico Highlands University Masters in Natural Resources Management
New Mexico Highlands University

Masters in Natural Resources Management

Las Vegas, USA

2 Years

English

Full time

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USD 295 / per credit *

On-Campus

* in-state student per credit hour; $478: out-of-state/international student per credit hour

Introduction

The Natural Resources Management Department recognizes, cultivates, and engages the skills of a diverse cohort of students and delivers a superior learning experience through dedicated teaching, hands-on learning, and research engagement.

Our vision is to be one of the leading programs for the study of natural resources management with a geology emphasis and for the placement of students in natural resources management graduate programs and careers.

Graduates from the Natural Resource Management Department have gone on to exciting careers with NASA, Google, Barrick Gold Mining, US Forest Service, Los Alamos National Labs, among many others.

Get in touch with us to find out more about what your future could be.

Mission of the Department of Natural Resources Management

The Natural Resources Management Department recognizes, cultivates, and engages the skills of a diverse cohort of students and delivers a superior learning experience through dedicated teaching, hands-on learning, and research engagement.

Our vision is to be one of the leading programs for the study of natural resources management with a geology emphasis and for the placement of students in natural resources management graduate programs and careers.

Natural Resource Management

New Mexico Highlands’ master’s degree in Natural Resources Management combines elements from environmental science, water resources, geographic information systems, and physical geology to create a great program to launch your career. The Environmental Geology program is unique in the state of New Mexico. Our departmental expertise in environmental issues and water resource sciences is state-of-the-art.

Working with our dedicated faculty, students can develop individualized programs of study in the environmental sciences to develop their interests. Faculty have research interests in environmental science, geomorphology, water resources, aquatic ecology, paleoclimate, chemistry, soil resources, entomology, groundwater, and surface hydrology.

Deadlines:

Fall: First Friday in February
Spring: First Friday in September
Decision to follow one month after the application deadline.

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