Jun 18, 2024  
2023-2024 University of Wyoming Catalog 
2023-2024 University of Wyoming Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Environment & Natural Resources Graduate Minor

The Environment & Natural Resources (ENR) graduate minor is designed for doctoral students in any discipline who want to broaden their perspectives, experiences, and critical thinking skills to complex environmental problems.

Program Overview

The ENR minor is also available to master’s students.

Graduate students interested in the concurrent minor in ENR will apply for admission to a primary degree program at the University of Wyoming. Once accepted to their primary graduate program, students must complete an additional online process to confirm their enrollment in the ENR minor. During the Haub School admission process, students submit a one-page Statement of Purpose. Current application requirements are available online.

In addition to degree requirements of the student’s home department, students must complete 12 credit hours:

6 Credit Hours in ENR Core Courses:

6+ Credit Hours in ENR Electives Courses:

(Choose three+ courses from any of the following categories)

Additional Program Requirements:

1. Statement of Purpose: Prior to or concurrent with declaring an Environment and Natural Resources (ENR) graduate major or minor, students must submit a 1-page Statement of Purpose describing how the Haub School’s program aligns with their academic and professional goals.

2. Cumulative Learning Analysis: Immediately prior to graduation, students must submit a 1-2 page Cumulative Learning Analysis, analyzing their learning as a whole throughout their graduate work, informed by their coursework, research and co-curricular activities.

3. Program Completion Letter: Upon completion of ENR coursework, students will arrange a meeting with their advisor to ensure all requirements have been met. Once this step is complete, their advisor will submit a signed Program Completion Letter to the registrar, indicating the student should receive the ENR concurrent degree.