Graduate Education in Range
Because of the extent, character and importance of rangelands, excellent opportunities exist for graduate study in all aspects of rangeland ecology and management. The Forest, Wildlife, and Range Experiment Station of the college sponsors and funds research in rangeland ecology and management as well as in other disciplines within the college. Cooperative research programs exist and are funded by:
All faculty members have teaching and service responsibilities as well as research activities.
You can earn a Master of Science
degree or a Doctor of Philosophy
from the College of Natural Resources and choose from eight areas of study. If you're interested in graduate education with a rangeland focus, the areas of ecology restoration
or rangeland sciences & management
might be a good fit for you.
We offer several graduate courses that focus on rangeland ecology and management:
REM 501 Seminar
REM 527 Landscape Ecology of Forests and Rangelands
REM 551 Rangeland Vegetation Ecology
REM 556 Foraging Behavior of Herbivores
REM 560 Plant Ecophysiology
»Learn more about graduate education opportunities in the College of Natural Resources.