Bachelor of Science in Environmental and Conservation Sciences, Major in Wildlife & Rangeland Management
This major will prepare you for a career as a leader in managing wildlife and rangeland. As a student, you will have the opportunity to:
- Learn to manage soil-plant-animal relationship on both private and public lands.
- Gain an understanding of multiple use issues, including grazing, intensive agriculture, forestry and recreational activities.
- Examine how to increase both productivity and sustainable use of wild plants and animals within an ecosystem management framework.
- Develop your analytical skills in both social and natural sciences.
Popular courses in this major include Utilization of Wildlife Resources, Disturbance Ecology and Practical Case Studies in Rangeland Management (a capstone project).
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