This major focuses on the relationships between plants, soil, water, and the environment, and how these relationships impact sustainable and profitable land management practices. Students will learn about land that is well-suited for livestock or wildlife while also developing an understanding of ecosystems. Students can choose to study Ranch Management or Rangeland Resources.
Environmental Consultant, Game Warden, Lawyer, Natural Resource Planner, Ranch Manager, Range Management Specialist, Research Scientist, Watershed Management, Wetland Management, and more
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