Master of Science degree in Agriculture & Natural Resources


The Department of Agriculture, Geosciences, and Natural Resources offers a Master of Science degree in Agriculture and Natural Resources (MSANR). The online degree program is designed to meet the growing needs of place-bound Agriculture and Natural Resources professionals.


The MSANR curriculum is comprised of 36 hours of graduate course work and is offered exclusively via the Internet. The MSANR curriculum features three concentrations (18 hours):

  1. Agribusiness & Risk Management
  2. Natural Resources Systems Management
  3. System Science in Agriculture


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