Promoting Professional Development and Best Practice in EE
Paul Smith's College Hybrid Master's of Natural Resources Conservation
Monday, May 18, 2020, 12:00pm
The program offers concentrations in Aquatic Resource Management, Forest Resource Management and Sustainable Communities. The next start date is May 18, 2020. Please visit https://gradschool.paulsmiths.edu for more information, or contact Dr. Eric Holmlund, Graduate Studies Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (518) 327 6239.
Natural Resources Conservation (M.S.)
Develop an advanced skillset focused on balancing the essential health and stability of soil, water, and biodiversity with the demands of a rapidly-growing global human population.
Successful professionals in this rapidly-growing field are expected to possess an integrated knowledge of natural sciences, social sciences, policy development, and conservation laws. Increase your workplace competitiveness and growth potential by earning an advanced professional credential that is critical for assuming leadership roles in environmental careers.
Focus your work by choosing among three concentrations:
- Forest Resource Management
- Aquatic Resource Management
- Sustainable Communities
How to apply/register:
START APPLICATION HERE - https://pscadmissions.force.com/application/tx_communitieshome
Dr. Eric Holmlund, Graduate Studies Director
(518) 327 6239