The Environment & Natural Resourcs (ENR) graduate major is completed in tandem with any UW graduate degree. Students earning the ENR graduate major will take classes and conduct research in such fields as cultural studies, ecology, economics, law and politics, and management to:
be conversant across a range of field of environmental significance, spanning science and technology to human dimensions of natural resources;
understand and evaluate the relationship of your primary discipline to other relevant ENR fields; and
produce discourse, scholarship, and practical solutions that address the complexity of ENR challenges.
Graduate students interested in the concurrent major 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 major. During the Haub School admission process, students will select a Haub School faculty mentor and 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 15 credit hours: