The Department of Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management offers a rigorous graduate program, for both masters and doctoral degrees, preparing students for advanced careers in industry, agency, academia and beyond. Ranked among the best in the country, students can expect to work in problem-focused field and lab research, with the goal of learning to confidently conduct, analyze and interpret scientific studies coupled with the applied application to address real-world problems. Graduate students have access to various field stations and research facilities to assist with their studies and enhance their graduate program.
Pursue a Master’s Degree
- M.S. in Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management, Thesis
- Master of Natural Resources Development (M.N.R.D.) in Natural Resources Development, Non-Thesis
Pursue a Doctoral Degree
Graduate Funding Opportunities
To learn more about graduate funding opportunities please see the Graduate Scholarships and Financial aid on the Financial Aid Page.
Connect with the Graduate Student Organization
Our Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management Graduate Student Organization (RWFM GSO) promotes academic, professional, and social networking among students and faculty. All graduate students are encouraged to participate in the many professional, service, and social events held throughout the year. Students serve on committees working to impact the department and university. The association also awards competitive travel scholarships and grants to students participating at professional meetings and conferences.
Graduate Student Resources
Through exceptional service and commitment to the highest standards, the Graduate and Professional School advocates for graduate education at Texas A&M and throughout Texas. This office supports our students and the graduate degrees offered by our department.