The Rangeland Management track combines the disciplines of ecology and range management to enhance the production, conservation, function and stewardship of rangelands. The breadth and diversity of rangelands requires that knowledge and technology be drawn from numerous disciplines in a systems approach; therefore, students majoring in the Rangeland Management track are prepared to integrate knowledge and technology to manage rangelands for sustainable utilization. Emphasis is placed on the effective management for the goods and services provided by these rangeland ecosystems. The enrichment of the undergraduate program develops a student educational experience and provides relevant science and management knowledge combined with experiential learning under real world situations that lead to skills and the fostering of life-long innovation and creativity in the management of rangelands. The Rangeland Management track prepares students for a broad array of employment opportunities upon completion of the program including, but not limited to, land management agencies, non-governmental organizations, environmental and natural resources consulting, industry, and ranch/range management within the private sector.