Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences, MS

The MS in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences is comprised of 36 SCH with a thesis or non-thesis option.

Required Courses
NRES 5101Seminar1
NRES 5202Advanced Research Methods in NRES2
NRES 5303Research Statistics in NRES3
NRES 5312Resources and Environmental Policy3
NRES 5323Hydrologic Processes in Soils3
NRES 5324Advanced Watershed Management3
Option (Select one below)21
Total Hours36

Thesis Option 

Thesis6
Thesis (Thesis)
Prescribed Electives15
Select five from below:
Land Use and Resource Management (Land Use and Resource Management)
Principles of Environmental Science and Management (Principles of Environmental Sciences and Mgmt)
Soils, Ecology, and Land Uses (Soils, Ecology & Land Uses)
Problems and Issues in Environmental Science (Issues in Environmental Sciences)
Advanced GIS and RS for Environmental Management
Economic Analysis of Natural Resource Management
Human Dimensions of Natural Resource Management
Environmental Hydrology
Advanced Groundwater Hydrology
Total Hours21

Non-Thesis Option

Prescribed Electives21
Select seven from below:
Land Use and Resource Management (Land Use and Resource Management)
Principles of Environmental Science and Management (Principles of Environmental Science and Mgmt)
Soils, Ecology, and Land Uses (Soils, Ecology & Land Uses)
Problems and Issues in Environmental Science (Issues in Environmental Sciences)
Advanced GIS and RS for Environmental Management
Economic Analysis of Natural Resource Management
Human Dimensions of Natural Resource Management
Environmental Hydrology
Advanced Groundwater Hydrology
Total Hours21

Graduate Certificate in Dietetics Requirements

The Graduate Certificate in Dietetics is offered for individuals accepted for matriculation in the Dietetic Internship. The following courses are required as components of the certificate program:

HUSC 5632Advanced Practice in Dietetics I6
HUSC 5635Advanced Practice in Dietetics II6
HUSC 5335Dietetic Seminar I3
HUSC 5331Dietetic Seminar II3

The Dietetic Internship Program at Prairie View A&M University is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND), 120 South Riverside Plaza, Suite 2000, Chicago, Illinois 60606-6695; Telephone 800-877-1600 ext. 5400. Website http://www.eatright.org.