All Degree Programs
CABNR offers programs for bachelor, master and doctoral degrees.
The college also awards graduate certificates signifying advanced study and expertise in specific areas.
On the undergraduate level, whether a student enters with a major firmly in mind or is still exploring his or her academic options, the CABNR offers the intellectual challenge and the support necessary to help students accomplish their goals, including gaining entrance into some of the nation's finest post-graduate programs or launching a chosen career.
Students may choose to earn a minor, a master's degree or a Ph.D. in Biochemistry.
- Biochemistry, Minor [Undergraduate Minor]
- Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Bachelor of Science Degree [BS]
The biotechnology program aims to produce well-trained researchers with theoretical knowledge, technical skills and real-world experience based on both academic research experiences and internships in the biotechnology industry.
The highly interactive program offers a wide range of study options dealing with contemporary biophysics, cancer, cell biology, chemical biology, immunology, insect biochemistry, microbiology, pharmacology and plant biology.
Ecology, Evolution and Conservation Biology is an interdisciplinary doctoral program bringing together faculty and students from multiple departments and institutions at the University of Nevada, Reno, the Desert Research Institute and the Great Basin Institute.
The Environmental Science degree is a critical degree for addressing today's environmental issues: global climate change, pollution, urbanization and the use of natural resources.
The Environmental Sciences and Health Graduate Program (ES&H) is based on the tenet that graduate education in the environmental sciences requires an interdisciplinary approach encompassing the fields of chemistry, biology, ecology, physics, and human health.
The Forest Management & Ecology major is offered through the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Science (NRES).
A sound foundation in physical, chemical, geological and quantitative sciences as a basis for understanding the hydrologic cycle and managing water resources.
This program emphasizes the functioning of range, forest and aquatic ecosystems, and includes the following areas of specialization: Wildlife and Conservation Biology, Environmental Science, including Watershed Science, Environmental Science, Forest Rangeland, wildlife ecology conservation biology, and Forest and Range Management.
A degree in nutrition/dietetics provides students with a strong science background, laboratory experiences and community and clinical opportunities related to human health and nutrition.
The Rangeland Ecology & Management major is offered through the Departments of Natural Resources and Environmental Science (NRES) and Agriculture, Nutrition & Veterinary Science (ANVS).
Conserving wildlife and wildlife habitat puts students of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation in a field that emphasizes wildlife biology and conservation based on ecological principles.
- Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, Minor [Undergraduate Minor]
- Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, Bachelor of Science Degree [BS]