Master of Science in Natural Resources, emphasis in Parks, Recreation, and Tourism
February 12th, 2018
Submit all required documents in electronic format in the Graduate Studies online application system. Contact the emphasis coordinator or School of Natural Resources Director of Graduate Programs if your experience any difficulties.
- GRE required
- Minimum GPA: 3.0 in last 60 hours
- Minimum TOEFL scores: 80 (Internet); 550 (paper)
- To be accepted as a candidate for the degree, an applicant must possess an undergraduate degree and academic performance that displays a breadth and depth of University education in social, behavioral, mathematical and natural sciences and major-specific coursework.
Minimum English Proficiency Requirements
|Test Type||Total Score||Reading||Listening||Speaking||Writing|
|TOEFL Internet -based||80||17||17||17||17|
Required Application Materials
- Completed Graduate Studies online application
- Unofficial Transcripts- As part of the application submission process, all applicants are required to upload unofficial copies of all post-secondary transcripts to the online application. Official transcripts are only required if accepted by the academic program.
- Official Results of English Proficiency Exams (International applicants only)
All application materials must be submitted to the Graduate Studies online application system.
- Statement of purpose (1-3 pages, describes your academic and career background and goals)
- Resume or CV
- Official college transcripts (from every college or University attended)
- GRE scores
- TOEFL scores (for international applicants)
- Three letters of recommendation (use provided form and submit letters online)
Once all these items have been received, the faculty will begin our deliberations for acceptance into our program. No student is accepted without an advisor. It is possible that you meet minimum requirements for entrance but be denied acceptance because no advisor is able to sponsor your degree program. We strongly encourage you to email or contact the professors you are interested in working with. Direct contact is a good way to introduce yourself as well as get additional information about the program