The University of Idaho's College of Natural Resources is proud to have prepared our graduates to serve in influential roles including senators, governors, chief of the U.S. Forest Service and secretary of the Interior. Our graduates are talented leaders in natural resource management and have truly made a difference in the issues facing our natural world.
Explore the majors that interest you in natural resources. Learn what you'll study and why you should consider pursuing a major here at the College of Natural Resources. If you have questions contact our Director of Recruitment or join a live Q&A session as part of your campus visit.
B.S. Fire Ecology & Management
Study fire’s holistic role in the environment and develop the understanding and skills to solve complex problems involved in the management of natural resources.
B.S. Fishery Resources
Study conservation and sustainable management of fisheries, hatcheries and other aquatic ecosystems and gain tools needed to address important environmental and political issues affecting fish populations.
Study forest ecosystems and learn about forest science and management, with a strong focus on forest operations and sustainable forest management.
B.S. Environmental Science
Take advantage of this unique program that includes classes from across the biological, physical, and social sciences to learn the natural and human dimensions of environmental science. Choose from one of five cross-cutting ENVS undergraduate option areas.
B.S. Rangeland Conservation
Study management, conservation and restoration of diverse environments including grasslands, shrublands, woodlands and deserts. Prepare for a career with government agencies, conservation groups and private land owners.
B.S. Forest & Sustainable Products
Students train to create and design new products from bio-based materials, from wood to recycled materials. Apply what you learn in our state-of-the-art laboratories.
B.S. Wildlife Resources
A science-based foundation in wildlife ecology and management designed to give you the knowledge and tools to understand, study and manage wildlife species and their natural habitats.