The rangeland ecology and management program in the College of Natural Resources offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Rangeland Ecology and Management
. The range curriculum prepares you for the scientific management of rangelands with a variety of career opportunities. In addition, the range program provides ample opportunity for you to broaden your knowledge and skills in other areas of natural resource management, such as wildlife management, restoration, watershed, recreation, soils, agricultural economics and animal science.
There is a huge demand for our graduates. Career opportunities in rangeland ecology and management are excellent, and our graduates are well-prepared for the many job opportunities in this field.