Natural Resources Management (NRM) is an interdisciplinary major offered as a four-year Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree. The curriculum is divided into 88 “Core” units required of all students, and 40 “Emphasis” units selected by the individual student from six areas of interest.
Students will study such topics as:
This group of courses provides each student a broad foundation in the social, biological and physical/earth sciences. The NRM Core also satisfies NDSU General Education requirements, the College of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Natural Resources writing/speaking requirement, the capstone experience, and includes 15 elective units referred to as “Core Electives.” These "Core Electives" consist of the following:
public policy choices
plant forms and diversity
Natural Resources Management draws upon the courses and resources of four north Dakota State University colleges:
Agriculture, Food Systems, and Natural Resources
Science and Mathematics
Engineering and Architecture
Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
The College of Agriculture, Food Systems, & Natural Resources; College of Engineering & Architecture; and College of Science & Mathematics award scholarships each year. Contact the Office of the Dean within the appropriate college for information and application forms. Student loan, grant and work–study information is available from the NDSU Office of Student Financial Services. College of Agriculture Scholarships.