B.S. Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management
The Bachelor of Science in Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management degree equips students with the skill sets, educational background and ethical standards needed to obtain career building certifications required in our natural resource professions. This program provides the sound foundation that prepares students to continue their education into graduate and other professional programs or pursue a wide range of careers in leading conservation and science-based agencies at state and federal levels, as well as private land enterprises and non-governmental organizations. In response to the complexity and diversity of the field, the B.S. in Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management program offers four unique specialization tracks to further tailor a student’s degree to best meet post-graduation needs. Students in this major can choose an area of focus in either:
- Rangeland Management
- Wildlife Management
- Aquaculture and Fisheries Management
- Natural Resources Management and Policy
We’re committed to providing students opportunities to get a well-rounded education that prepares them to become leaders in their professions and in a variety of job sectors. That means a focus on leadership training, promotion of critical thinking skills and experiential learning opportunities rooted in evidence-based science and practical application.
To view individual degree plans, students are encouraged to view the undergraduate handbook and the degree plans on the pages for each option.
- Degree: B.S. Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management
- Credit Hours: 120 total credit hours
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