The University of Vermont’s Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources offers a Masters of Science degree in Natural Resources. Many Rubenstein School graduate students do a general natural resources masters program outside the concentration model, although students are encouraged to focus in one of the following four concentrations for greater marketability of their degree.
Aquatic Ecology and Watershed Science
Environment, Society and Public Affairs
Environmental Thought and Culture
Forest and Wildlife Sciences
The Rubenstein School is a multi-disciplinary academic unit that strives to integrate disparate disciplines to create knowledge and develop solutions to a broad array of environmental issues. Faculty expertise includes forestry, wildlife biology, recreation management, environmental philosophy, sociology, policy, planning, economics, conflict resolution, and environmental sciences. In addition, interdisciplinary fields like ecological economics, ecological design, conservation biology, and ecological planning find their home in The Rubenstein School.