Bim Kendall House
804 E Fremont St
Laramie, WY 82072
Phone: (307) 766-5080
Fax: (307) 766-5099
The Haub School offers majors, minors, and a joint degree with the College of Law to add broad interdisciplinary environmental understanding and problem-solving approaches to any graduate experience at the University of Wyoming. All Haub School graduate students choose a graduate degree from one of the seven UW colleges. Our curriculum model allows flexibility to accommodate the unique educational needs and goals of students representing a distinct range of backgrounds.
Through the Haub School you will explore the cultural, policy, legal, and scientific elements of today's most complex environmental and natural resource challenges. We emphasize interdisciplinary approaches to problem-solving, collaborative process, and multi-perspective analysis of nebulous issues. The Haub School classroom is a dynamic place where people gather for small and lively discussions and where interdisciplinary teams tackle projects that simulate working in a complex world.
Major in Environment and Natural Resources In this concurrent major, you'll take classes and conduct research in such fields as cultural studies, ecology, economics, law and politics, and management to gain the interdisciplinary perspective necessary to understand and resolve natural resource issues.
JD/MA in Law and Environment and Natural Resources Students pursuing a JD in law at UW can add a dual masters of arts in ENR to gain broad understanding of environmental science, policy, and economics and produce an original masters project showcasing your interests.
Minor in Environment and Natural Resources The ENR graduate minor is designed for PhD students in any discipline who want to broaden their perspectives, experiences, and critical thinking skills to complex environmental problems.
View the 2016 Haub School thesis defense presentation schedule. Browse past presentations here: 2012, 2013, 2015.