Courses and degree requirements
Courses at the School of Natural Resources and Environment encompass a variety of disciplines and are taught by faculty who are noted experts in their fields. Many classes include lab components which allow students to experience a hands-on approach to the coursework--thereby ensuring a better understanding of key concepts and issues.
Course Descriptions & Current Offerings
Course descriptions are available for all all SNRE courses. Not all courses are offered every semester. Check Wolverine Access for the most up-to-date listing of current offerings. Course schedules can also be viewed through the Registrar's Office.
Which Courses to Take
Within the Master's programs, each field of study has specific degree and course requirements. Check out the requirements for:
- Behavior, Education and Communication
- Conservation Ecology
- Environmental Informatics
- Environmental Justice
- Environmental Policy and Planning
- Landscape Architecture - 3 year program
- Landscape Architecture - 2 year program
- Sustainable Systems