The Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources at UW advances the understanding and resolution of complex environmental and natural resource challenges.
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Bim Kendall House
804 E Fremont St
Laramie, WY 82072
Phone: (307) 766-5080
Fax: (307) 766-5099
Haub School students canoe String Lake, Grand Teton National Park, during the 2012 field week.
Welcome to the Haub School Academic Programs
The Helga Otto Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources gives students the skills and tools to build sound, innovative, lasting solutions to our most complex environmental and natural resource challenges. Solving natural resource challenges -- from managing freshwater and wildlife habitat to designing sustainable cities and international conservation policy -- is the most critical work of our time.
Our students craft real-world solutions, and our graduates go on to become leaders and problem solvers. Haub School alumni bring ethical and holistic thinking, understanding of natural resource complexities, and comprehensive problem-solving skills to many professional fields.
Haub School students can earn a concurrent major, a minor or a joint master's degree from the Haub School:
- Undergraduate major or minor in environment and natural resources
- Undergraduate minor in sustainability
- Master's level major or minor in environment and natural resources
- Doctoral minor
- JD/MA in law and environment and natural resources in conjunction with the UW College of Law
Haub School courses bring together the University of Wyoming's most ambitious students and ask them to:
- seek out solid data and information;
- think critically from multiple perspectives;
- consider the needs of a range of stakeholders;
- and push boundaries as they craft innovative answers to big questions.
Discover Southeast Wyoming
The Haub School is surrounded by the vast public lands of southeast Wyoming, including Bureau of Land Management-administered high sagebrush steppe and the Medicine Bow National Forest.