The Natural Resources Management and Policy track prepares students to examine environmental and conservation issues through a multi-disciplinary framework that includes political, cultural, social, economic, regulatory and ecological dimensions. Courses emphasize development of skill sets that promote strong interpersonal skills, leadership and collaboration with varied stakeholder groups. These critical skills are taught in the classroom and through field experiences, working in tandem to enhance students’ ability to assess complex environmental issues, envision a desired conservation outcome and design and implement a plan needed to bring visions to fruition.
- Degree: B.S. Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management
- Credit Hours: 120 total credit hours
The diverse coursework of this track prepares students for a variety of careers in industries such as public service, outdoor education, park and protected area management, environmental planning and consultation and non-profit organizations.