The School has three academic departments: Dept. of Environmental Studies, Geography & Agriculture; Department of Forestry and Wildlife Management and the Department of Tourism and Hospitality Management.
The School is currently running three (3) PhD Programmes (Environmental Studies, Environmental Planning and Management, and Land Resource Management), Seven (7) Masters Programmes (Environmental Studies, Environmental Planning and Management, Land Resource Management, Wildlife Resource Management, Tourism Management, Geography, Forestry Management) and Eleven (11) Bachelors Programmes (Urban and Regional Planning; Environmental Management; Animal Health and Production; Earth Sciences; Geography; Environmental Studies (Biology and Health); Parks, Recreation and Leisure, Wildlife Management; Forestry Ecosystem Management; Tourism Management; and Hospitality and Hotel Management) The school also offer Three (3) Diploma Programmes (Tourism and Wildlife Management; Animal Health and Production; and Hotels and Restaurant Management).
The study programmes focus on preparing students for careers with environmental management agencies, Urban planning authorities, hospitality industries, tourism operations and organisations, Forestry and agriculture, livestock sectors. The school also, as one of our primary commitments and focus through Mara Resource and Outreach Centre, run community Outreach programmes and activities.
The School has played a key role in ensure that Maasai Mara University is a recognized Regional Centre of Expertise (RCE) in Environmental Education.
There are a number of organisations that the School, through the University, is collaborating with, including Clemson University, Northern Arizona University of Forestry, University of Maryland in Wildlife and Environmental Education, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Aarhus University, among other. These collaborations provide opportunities for staff exchanges and for our students to travel abroad for Graduate Studies.