The Master of Natural Resources degree is designed for working professionals aiming to advance their careers or to shift to leadership roles in the environmental and sustainability fields or functions. Delivered through two flexible programs—Executive (in-person/online hybrid) and Online—our innovative instruction allows you to immediately apply what you learn to real-world challenges.
DIVERSITY & EQUITY STATEMENT
InclusiveVT Institutional Goals
- Institutionalizing structures to promote sustainable transformation
- Increasing faculty, staff, and student diversity
- Ensuring a welcoming, affirming, safe, and accessible campus climate
- Advancing the academic, research, teaching, and service mission through inclusive excellenceAnalyzing and promoting academic initiatives in the university’s budget process, and managing the resource allocation systems maintained by the provost office since 2010.
Mission: Provide campus leadership in collaboration with academic departments and colleges in developing, implementing, and operating events and activities that are designed to recruit and assist underrepresented students’ personal development, academic achievement, and graduation.
Vision: Provide exceptional support and retention services to American Indian, Black/African American, Hispanic/Latin@, and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, First generation, Active Duty and Veteran, LGTBQ+, Non-traditional, and Differently Abled students, increasing enrollment, and improving graduation rates.
Each year, the Executive Master of Natural Resources (XMNR) program seeks to recruit a diverse cohort of students and we have a limited number and amount of diversity scholarships available to support participation by underrepresented populations.
Online Application Process
Virginia Tech Center for Leadership and Global Sustainability (CLiGS)