Renewable Natural Resources

Renewable Natural Resources (RENR) is for students desiring a rigorous education in the study and management of sustainable ecosystems for a wide variety of resource values. The RENR program of study is comprised of a core of courses and two emphases. The goal of this core/emphasis structure is to provide students with an identity as a renewable natural resources specialist, while, at the same time, affording the flexibility for preparation for a variety of career tracks. This major prepares students for careers in public and private organizations that plan and manage natural resources. RENR lets you design your expertise in natural resources and ecology, wildlife, recreation, and water. You can plan a career around natural resource management, social and public policy, or biophysical sciences.

What do you want to do with Renewable Natural Resources?

Career ideas for Renewable Natural Resources majors

Conservation Specialist, Environmental Consultant, Game Warden, Government Regulatory Agent, Lawyer, Natural Resources Manager, Natural Resources Planner, Policy Analyst, Resource Inventory Analyst, and more

Remember: Your major does not equal your career! For more ideas about how to put your education to work, talk with your specific Career Advisor.

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