Our graduate programs build leaders in natural resources. Choose from four degree options to suit your professional or research needs:
This non-thesis, terminal degree is a great fit for anyone looking to transition to a new career or gain additional experience in the field of natural resources.
Offered through the Harley Langdale Jr. Center for Forest Business, this terminal degree is a great choice for additional experience in forestry or forest business.
Looking to pursue a research, academic, or staff specialist career path? Pursue a thesis through this degree, which may lead to a Ph.D.
If you have a desire to move into a highly specialized area and become an expert in your chosen field, this is the degree path for you.
Graduate discipline areas
With our collaborative faculty and depth of expertise, choose a research pathway from among 11 different areas:
- Community Forestry and Arboriculture
- Environmental Education
- Fisheries Science
- Forest Biology
- Geospatial Information Science (GIS)
- Parks, Recreation and Tourism
- Policy and Sustainability
- Water and Soil Sciences
- Wildlife Science
Warnell also partners with other graduate programs to offer three interdisciplinary graduate programs:
- Integrative Conservation PhD program
- Interdisciplinary Toxicology program
- Integrated Plant Sciences program
All of Warne's graduate programs are offered through the UGA Graduate School.