5 degree programs
Facilitating the journey from student to natural resource professional through immersive coursework and experiences. Our rigorous curriculum prepares students for meaningful careers in public or private sectors, serving in roles such as biologist, ranch manager, environmental consultant, game warden, research scientist, park ranger or policymaker.
6 centers and research labs
Addressing urgent natural resource challenges domestically and abroad. Our work serves to improve human lives and natural environments through scientific discovery, application and extension.
400+ enrolled students
Becoming the next generation of stewards generating sound, innovative solutions to complex environmental challenges. We push traditional curriculum boundaries through relevant, modern courses that blend transformative field experiences with established classroom teaching practices.
Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management News
Roel Lopez recipient of 2024 Conservation Trailblazer Award
Three decades of research, teaching and service advancing the field of wildlife conservation were celebrated as Roel Lopez, Ph.D., head of the Texas A&M College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Department of Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management and director of the Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute, received the Conservation Trailblazer Award from the Dallas Safari Club during their annual convention held earlier this month.
Department of Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management graduates first cohort
The Department of Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management celebrated an important milestone on Dec. 14 as four students crossed the stage at the Texas A&M College of Agriculture and Life Sciences graduation ceremony to become the department’s first official cohort of graduates.
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