University of Michigan School of Natural Resources and Environment
|Dean||Daniel G. Brown|
|Location||Ann Arbor, MI, USA|
The School of Natural Resources and Environment (SNRE) was originally founded as the School of Forestry in 1927. Originally housed in the Kraus Building, it is now housed in the S.T. Dana Building. SNRE provides graduate-level degrees at the doctorate and master's levels. The school houses several research centers, works with experts in other fields at the University of Michigan, and works towards the goals of protecting the earth's resources and pursuing the achievement of a sustainable society.
Master's-level education is offered in the following areas: The school offers two master's degrees: an M.S. (Master of Science) in Natural Resources and Environment and an M.L.A. (Master of Landscape Architecture) in Landscape Architecture.
Students in the M.S. program specialize in one of six fields of study:
Students pursuing an M.L.A. degree choose from two tracks:
- Three-year accredited M.L.A. degree
- Two-year program for those individuals interested in obtaining a second degree in landscape architecture at the master's level, practicing landscape architects seeking advanced education, and those interested in pursuing a doctoral degree
Two doctorate-level degrees are offered by the school:
SNRE has formally initiated three dual-degree programs:
In addition to above administration-approved dual-degree programs, SNRE students have initiated several additional dual-degree programs, including:
In addition to these programs and dual-degree programs, SNRE offers the following graduate certificate programs for any graduate student concurrently enrolled at the University of Michigan:
- Industrial Ecology
- Spatial Analysis