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.
Biological Research and Teaching Collections
The Biological Teaching and Research Collections are among the largest collections of animals and genetic tissues in the U.S.
Aquacultural Research and Teaching Facility
The laboratory and ponds at the ARTF are devoted to the study of fish and invertebrate production for food and sport fishing.
La Copita Demonstration Area
La Copita was established to address natural resource problems to improve grazing lands and range management systems.
Sonora Research Station
Sonora Research Station is dedicated to advancements in rangeland conservation research and livestock production.
Ecology and Natural Resource Teaching Area
ENRTA, also known as The Range Area, provides a unique outdoor facility for research relating to natural resources.