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Degree Requirements

To qualify for a dual-title intercollege degree, students must satisfy the requirements of the major program in which they are enrolled, including the communication/foreign language requirements, if any.

In addition, they must satisfy the minimum requirements in the HDNRE dual-title intercollege program described here. Final course selection is determined by the student and her/his respective graduate committee. All dual-title intercollege degree candidates must enroll in HDNRE 590 in each of their first two semesters.

All participating primary programs:

  • Anthropology
  • Architecture
  • Energy and Mineral Engineering
  • Forest Resources
  • Geography
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Recreation, Park, and Tourism Management
  • Rural Sociology

have agreed to incorporate the dual-title program within the student's dissertation work. Please see Programs of Study for more information.

M.S. / M.A. Degree

A candidate for the dual-title intercollege M.S./M.A. in HDNRE must complete 17 credit hours of HDNRE coursework beyond the bachelor's degree in addition to curricular requirements for the masters degree in the student's primary program.

Ph.D. Degree

A candidate for the dual-title intercollege HDNRE Ph.D. must complete, in addition to curricular requirements for the doctoral degree in the student's primary program, a minimum of 18 credit hours of HDNRE coursework.