Our graduate programs build leaders in natural resources. Choose from four degree options to suit your professional or research needs:
Master of Natural Resources (MNR)
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.
Master of Forest Resources (MFR)
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 Warnell's graduate programs are offered through the UGA Graduate School.