School of Natural Resources
Join a top educational institution dedicated to exploring nature, sustainable resource management and improving public enjoyment at parks, recreation centers and sports events.
SNR offers one graduate degree, in Natural Resources, with seven emphasis offerings that span the disciplines, including water resources; agroforestry; human dimensions of natural resources; fisheries and wildlife sciences; forestry; parks, recreation and tourism; and soil, environmental and atmospheric sciences.
Minors and Certificates
We offer multiple minors and a certificate as well as a combined minor with the Division of Animal Sciences.
undergraduates in the School of Natural Resources
Our SNR faculty have earned widespread recognition for their outstanding research, teaching and extension programs, both nationally and internationally. As an SNR graduate student, you can also collaborate with our research partners and federal partners housed on campus.Research
CAFNR fish ecologist’s research indicates need to conserve iconic migratory snook in Mexico
A new study on the common snook, a prized game fish, will inform conservation policy in the Usumacinta River in southern Mexico.