Natural resource management focuses on the ways in which societies manage the supply of, or access to, natural resources which they rely on for survival and development. Key learning outcomes of a Master’s in Natural Resource Management include, Understanding and applying the economics of population growth, poverty and income distribution, market failures, economic valuation, economic incentive instruments, food and water resources, international agricultural markets, fisheries, and wildlife conservation. They will learn to evaluate environmental ethics of game and wildlife management, natural resource use, water management, biological diversity, fisheries, ocean protection, and agricultural production. As well as leverage scientific research, communication, and modeling techniques to examine issues related to climate change, human population dynamics, population viability analysis of endangered species, and economic appraisal of projects that affect natural resources. Graduates from a Master’s in Natural Resources Management will qualify for positions in the public sector and various regional and global organizations. Common jobs include environmental scientist or consultant, environmental protection specialist, natural resources conservation manager, pollution control specialist, regulation specialist and more.