Concentrations and Other Options
Many Rubenstein School graduate students do a general natural resources master's program outside the concentration model, although we encourage students to focus in one of the following concentrations for greater marketability of their degree:
- Aquatic Ecology and Watershed Science
- Environment, Society and Public Affairs
- Environmental Thought and Culture
- Forest and Wildlife Sciences
Other options include:
- Accelerated Master's Program (AMP) in Natural Resources
- Dual degree (M.E.L.P./M.S. in Natural Resources) with Vermont Law & Graduate School
Admission requirements include:
- acceptability to a potential faculty advisor holding an appointment in the Rubenstein School and the UVM Graduate College.
As of December 1, 2018, the Rubenstein School does not require a GRE exam.