​CNR Majors, Options, Minors and Graduate Programs  

 
Listed below are the current majors, options, minors and graduate programs offered within the College of Natural Resources. The four-year sample planning guides outline suggested coursework, by semester, for each of the majors. Learn more by visiting the UW-Stevens Point course catalog.
 

 Undergraduate Majors and Options 

Undergraduate Minors  

Click here for sample graduation plans for all undergraduate minors.

  • Biofuels Engineering
  • Captive Wildlife
  • Conservation Biology
  • Conservation Law Enforcement
  • Environmental Communications ​
  • Environmental Education/Interpretation
  • Forest Recreation
  • Forestry
  • International Resource Management
  • Resource Management
  • Soil Science 
  • Sustainable Energy​
  • Water Resources 
  • Wildlife   

College of Natural Resources Graduate Programs 

This College of Natural Resources graduate program is for students looking to pursue a Master's degree with an emphasis in one of a variety of areas such as forestry, wildlife, fisheries, water, human dimensions of natural resources, environmental education, soil science, and waste management.  

COMING SOON in Fall 2018: Master of Natural Resources (MNR) Program (online)

The Master of Natural Resources is for advanced practitioners in natural resource management (or related fields) who are seeking a terminal degree to develop research, leadership, administrative, and communication skills. The degree is intended to assist participants in pursuing leadership roles within their current organizations and to enhance their professionalism abilities.

If you are interested in the new MNR, please send an e-mail to cnrmnr@uwsp.edu to receive further program information, when available.

ONLY FOR STUDENTS ALREADY ENROLLED IN THIS PROGRAM.
We are no longer accepting applications for the Applied Master's Program after March 1, 2017.