This graduate program is administered by the Natural Resources - Graduate Program .
You must earn at least 30 credits in graduate courses that are approved by your graduate committee. At least 15 credits must be in courses numbered 700 and above.
You and your graduate committee will select courses based on you and your research needs.
Your graduate committee must consist of at least three members of the graduate faculty, at least two with home appointments in the College of Natural Resources.
Take one credit of
and one credit of either
A maximum of five credits in these courses counts toward your 30-credit requirement.
You must take a comprehensive final oral examination conducted by your graduate committee which includes questions on your thesis and on your courses.