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Academic Programs|Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources

Field and International Courses

The Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources gives students many opportunities to learn beyond the classroom walls. Haub School students get their hands dirty, travel the world, and meet the natural resource professionals who wrestle with difficult management decisions every day. From a morning field trip to a wind energy facility to an entire course abroad, as a Haub School student you will gain practical experience on the ground throughout your time with us.

Wyoming Field Courses

Grand Teton National Park

ENR 1200 Environment

ENR Freshman Interest Group (FIG)

Winter Ecology

International Courses

Queensland, Australia
Exploring Queensland's Human & Physical Landscapes

Patagonia & Tierra del Fuego, Chile
Sustaining Temperate Drylands: Wyoming & Patagonia

Monteverde, Costa Rica
Sustainability & Systems Thinking

Coimbatore, India
Environmental Policy, Conservation, & Development in India

Laikipia, Kenya
Ecology and Human Dimensions of Conservation in East Africa

Canary Islands, Spain
Environmental Assessment in the European Union

Other Opportunities

ENR 4890/5890 Science and Environmental Writing

Visit our Field Notes website to learn more about field and international opportunities for Haub School students.

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