Natural Resources students from The University of Vermont may choose to concentrate their studies in one of three natural resources concentrations.
Resource Ecology explores the biology and ecology of plants and animals in both aquatic and terrestrial systems and allows students to select courses around specific individual interests. Students can concentrate their studies on areas such as conservation biology, ecosystem analysis, or ecological dimensions of environmental quality.
Resource Planning explores interactions among individuals, communities, and society with nature, resources, and the environment. It allows students to select courses around specific individual interests such as natural resource planning; community, policy and economic dimensions of resource planning; and international dimensions of resource planning.
Integrated Natural Resources
The Integrated Natural Resources (INR) option provides a broad natural resources education, giving students considerable flexibility in selecting courses. It is for students who have strong interests in natural resources and the environment, clear academic direction, and the motivation to develop a well-focused, personally meaningful course of study. Students in INR have developed concentrations in environmental education, sustainable resource management, resource conservation, international resource issues, and spatial analysis of natural resources.
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