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Information for Prospective Students
Prospective Students APPLY NOW
Why Choose the School of Natural Resources and the Environment?
Students in our program are interested in conserving and managing biological resources, and our curriculum prepares you for a career with any number of governmental and non-governmental agencies and organizations. The School of Natural Resources and the Environment (SNRE) offers the advantages of a large research university while providing a more intimate setting for you to explore your major working with natural resources, applying science to real world conservation problems, or pursuing another career (such as policy and law) which would be strengthened by a background in science.
Here's a quick list of what SNRE can offer you:
- An education that prepares your for jobs in your field
- Small class sizes in the School, but big resources at the University
- A friendly, down-to-earth faculty who teach, advise, and conduct research
- A small program where you can get to know faculty, graduate students, staff, and other undergraduates and become part of a welcoming community
- A minority training program with financial support and research opportunities
- Thorough curriculum that allows flexibility to meet your specific interests
- Scholarships through the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (some earmarked specifically for SNRE students)
- Active student clubs
- Access to a diverse natural environment known for it's biological diversity
How Can You Apply?
Admissions requirements, deadlines, costs, and other details: http://www.arizona.edu/future/apply.php.
For more information, contact:
Dr. Wlliam Matter
School of Natural Resources and the Environment
Biosciences East, 325