Programs are based on agreements that CFANS maintains with academic institutions overseas. Students enroll at the partner university but pay U of M tuition. Most forms of financial aid apply to program costs. Students earn credit for coursework completed. There are summer, semester, and year options.
Study wildlife, fisheries, energy resources, recreation, and environmental geography at the Nord Trondelag University College in Steinkjer for a semester or academic year. This program has many excursions that exemplify important elements of resource management, including both wilderness and developed areas and the interface between these two.
The College of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU) in Vienna is the premier university in Austria for studies in natural resources and life sciences. It offers several courses in natural resources, risk assessment, marketing and environmental sciences within the context of the European Union. Although German is the common language, BOKU offers more than 230 classes taught in English at the upper division level. Students can study for a semester or year through our partnership.