At a time when natural resources face ever-increasing demands, Texas A&M University graduates are prepared to meet the challenges. The Department of Rangeland Wildlife and Fisheries Management is a national leader in rangeland, wildlife and fisheries management and policy to meet employment opportunities in federal or state agencies, private industry, consulting or other landowner-focused entities.
The major includes experiential learning field programs/internships in rangeland, wildlife and fisheries management to provide a firm foundation in field skills necessary for accreditation bodies like The Wildlife Society, Society of Range Management and American Fisheries Society. The undergraduate major also offers accounting/pre-business, management, law and policy electives to better prepare students. This provides students with the opportunity to develop a 3+2 program.
- Field-based degree in rangeland, wildlife, and fisheries management.
- Degree associated with pre-professional opportunities that will include policy, business and law.
Learn More About RWFM
For more information about our undergraduate programs, please call to schedule an appointment with an RWFM Undergraduate Advisor.